Green Nanotechnology: The Milestone to Genetic Era (CTP2)

We had an opportunity to interview Leander Tapfer (Italian National Agency for New Technologies, Energy, and Sustainable Economic Development, Italy) to get his insight on Green Nanotechnology. What we learned from Mr. Tapfer is absolutely priceless; some are alarming, most are considerable, and overall will require global awareness to tackle such future bottlenecks.

The environmental protection institutions have imposed a ban on various carbon and CFC-based products and techniques. However, there is still a huge need to formulate better, sustainable and environment-friendly techniques in the areas of agriculture, construction, farming and industrial manufacturing. The major challenges for the 21st-century world include the need for sustainable and renewable energy resources, water, food, global warming, poverty, terrorism, epidemics, education and increasing population – and above all, a ‘green’ alternate for technology.

“The advancing technology is creating an imbalance in the natural poise of the global environment. As a major consequence, the life on earth in under a crucial threat of extinction.  The downsides of modern technology are incessantly making it ‘convenient to live, but hard to survive’.” – Leander Tapfer, Italian National Agency for New Technologies, Energy and Sustainable Economic Development



Modification at the nanoscale

What is Green Nanotechnology?

Green Nanotechnology is the sustainable aspect of nanotechnology that makes use of compounds possessing their characteristic attributes on the nanoscale. Although the size is extremely small, a nanometer of a material actually contains up to thousands of atoms, all possessing the key characteristic of the parent element.

Nanotechnology is used to enhance the physical and chemical strengths of materials such as elasticity, fluid permeability, and electromagnetic property to name a few. A modification in properties makes it convenient to optimize the properties of the material, so that despite the small size and quantity, they are able to make a large-scale impact, in terms of energy and consumption.

The modification at the nanoscale can be understood in the realm of natural selection and evolution of life, that has been happening, gradually, but consistently, ever since the emergence of life on earth. Altering and enhancing the material strengths and properties, while paying due consideration to the preservation of biosphere and ecology, will efficiently minimize our needs and reliance on non-renewable energy supply.

The technology will also enable us to preserve our non-renewable resources, by practicing reusing and recycling techniques. Considering the needs of the time, in terms of ecological degradation, nanotechnology will trigger a green and sustainable industrial revolution, and will completely transform our manufacturing processes and designs, to help foster a safe, healthy, and sustainable world.


Spinal nerves at the nanoscale.

Facts About Private Equity and its Scope in the Realm of Green Nanotechnology.

The private equity sector can play a significant role in the conservation of natural equilibrium of the biosphere and contribute a fair share in the green revolution of nanotechnology.

Private equity firms operate on stringent corporate paradigms and are always on a lookout for groundbreaking ideas that might help reinvent the future. This makes them thrive, with a competitive and progressive approach towards building symbiotic partnerships and collaborations, towards a shared mission or goal.

“As we look at the North American and Western European markets for new opportunities, we also examine global industry cycles and look for pockets of dislocation or stagnation.” – Andrew Nikou, CEO, OpenGate Capital


In the realm of green nanotechnology, the private equity sector can efficiently bind the industrial stakeholders with nanotechnology experts and scientists. This collaborative approach will provide the basis for mutual pursuit, to formulate and suggest measures to reduce the consumption of energy and non-renewable resources, and incorporating nanotechnology to increase production and yield. This will foster an ultimate win-win situation for the industrial sector as well as the environmental protection organizations.

The prime contributors to private equity sectors, dedicated to implementing nanotechnology include Blackstone Charitable and The Gates Foundation.

PRIVATE EQUITY CALL: Are you a Private Equity investor seeking for opportunities in the Green Nanotechnology market?

We can connect you with a few chemists in the Green Nanotechnology industry with turn-key product prototypes. If you wish to invest into chemical genetics, please call (858) 952-6330 so we can refer you to our contacts. I hope you enjoyed this content and please share to spread this article by emailing it to a friend, or share it to your network. Thanks for reading!

About the Author: Carlo Desierto is a serial entrepreneur with over a decade of experience in business startups. He has founded, built intrinsic value, and sold several companies in which he sits as an adviser for the Board of Directors. Carlo has interviewed over 200+ entrepreneurs and published mini-biographies for new digital media channels relating to entrepreneurship, health, self-help, futurology, and the green industry.


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