AimHi Earth secures £1M to provide employee sustainability training

The company's long-term approach to shares distribution prevents investors from investing just to sell shares on.
AimHi Earth secures £1M to provide employee sustainability training

Climate and sustainability training provider AimHi Earth has secured £1M to "create 100 million nature-first employees”.

AimHi Earth upskills workers at all levels to incorporate sustainability into decision-making and it equips sustainability teams with the data they need to engage their workforce long-term. They use data analytics to allow clients to monitor employees’ engagement with the programmes and suggest methods to raise this standard.

The round is one of the first cases of 7th Generation Shares being included in a fundraise. To guarantee long-term thinking amongst investors, a percentage of shares are inherited six times before they are sold.

This round is supported by tech and finance entrepreneurs Nicco Perra, Sam Wisnia and The Climate Planet Foundation. With this investment, AimHi Earth hopes to provide training to workers across all sectors to combat the climate emergency. 

Original support for the company comes from Cambridge Zero at the University of Cambridge, the UN Environment Programme, the Eden Project and Nature4Climate.

Matthew Shribman, Co-founder and Chief Scientist at AimHi Earth said: “We all want a future with clean air, healthy soil, stable weather and unpolluted water. This is why we're all on the same team when it comes to preventing the climate and nature emergency – everyone wins when we accelerate the evolution of our economy and society to one that's sustainable and regenerative.

“At AimHi Earth, we know that knowledge is the foundation of progress. That's why we're on a mission to train and upskill hundreds of millions of professionals, to champion and enable circularity, sustainability and operating within planetary boundaries."

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