Half a million for another Swedish "save the world" fund

Wealthy Swedish IT entrepreneurs seem to like starting funds that can make the world a bit better. Hampus Jakobsson is following in the footsteps of Klarna founder Niklas Adalberth and starting a fund.

The Pale Blue Dot founders (l-r): Joel Larsson, Heidi Lindvall and Hampus Jakobsson. | Photo: Anna Hållams/Pale Blue Dot

The fund, called Pale Blue Dot, will invest in technology companies that are developing solutions that will reduce or repair damages cause by emissions or climate change.

It will therefore be more niche than other impact investment funds.

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