Learn what the future of sustainability & tech investment looks like inspired by direct interviews with 90+ Technology Entrepreneurs, Scientists, Investors & Fortune 500 Corporate Leaders.

    To understand the origin of the project, the values that it carries, and the ambitions of our sustainability tech financial movement.


    Included in the video: An exclusive voucher for the first 1000 readers of the book


    In 2020 Humanity faced multiple challenges. In the meantime, several breakthroughs happened: in energy storage and production, CO2 mitigation, direct capture, and new materials to enable a zero-waste economy were needed

    But to truly save our civilization from ecocide, massive societal adaptation and superhumans were needed to tackle the scale of the environmental challenges being faced. That's where wealth is being created next 20 years.

    Welcome to The Adaptive Economy.

    Carbon Zero Cities

    In 2042, the development of new materials, recycling, and upcycling methods enabled decomposition by demand. Materials research and behavior changes enabled clean oceans, 0% of materials end up in the sea.
    We are looking to showcase and support companies pushing the boundaries of where we live and how we make it sustainable, using new materials & circularity.

    Focus: Zero Carbon Buildings, Aircon replacement, Recycling

    Clean Energy Tech

    In 2042, energy storage systems are carbon negative

    New battery chemistries and fuel cells that outperform fossil fuels were created, liquid and gas fuels are still being used but all storage systems are carbon negative due to advances in catalysis

    Improving the sources of the power we consume every day and how we get around in a carbon-negative paradigm.

    Focus: Renewable Energy storage

    Regenerative Agritech

    In 2042, regenerative food technologies are enabling the world to produce enough food to feed 9 billion people with a near-zero carbon footprint. Leveraging underwater farming, alternative proteins for animal feed, and mass-scale aquaculture, everyone is able to access proteins at low cost on a daily basis and Earth is even able to contribute to feeding the expansion of our civilization in space.


    Robotics, AI, IOT, to improve food sources & cycles that mitigate biodiversity loss in our forests, oceans, and atmosphere.

    Focus: Industrial feed proteins

    Defi Remote Work

    In 2042, our civilization has succeeded to decentralize cities to avoid the major economic disasters resulting from seawater rise, massive climate migrations, and natural resources induced wars: people live remotely in self-sufficient, decentralized communities within cities of maximum 1m inhabitants, on earth, underwater and on several satellites of the solar system.


    Leveraging blockchain to transform how emerging markets learn, work remotely during the 4th industrial revolution.
    Focus: 4.0 remote employability

  • Read the investment thesis behind Atlas.

    Sustainability, adaptability, and climate resilience will be the 3 biggest challenges of the century.

    We are building a society that helps people to take advantage of the 4th industrial revolution amidst environmental changes. The Adaptive Economy mission has been featured in world-class media:

    Next 20 years, how will you stay ahead of the curve?

    How will your company survive environmental changes such as COVID-19, climate change, technology disruption, and political reshuffling happening in the next few years? What is your cheat sheet, your compass, to adapt to this immediate future? This is what The Adaptive Economy is trying to answer providing a simple, accessible overview of what are the trends, insights, and opportunities for the next 20 years ahead, for you to stay ahead of the curve while taking advantage of these upcoming events to thrive!

  • How do you survive and thrive within environmental change and the 4th industrial revolution?

    “A compass to invest, work, live and thrive towards 2030” The Economist

  • About the author

    Beyond a book, through impact angel investing we are creating a movement to build a adaptive, climate resilient society.

    Djoann Fal, one of the green angel investors in Atlas Capital.

    From broke intern to multi million dollar tech business: A Self Made Man.

    Coming from a modest background in the south of France, Djoann started to code at age 14 and at age 22 he went to Asia, met local co-founders, and started his company from scratch. Now, his technology platform is a multi-million dollar business with operations across 6 countries, a team of over 100+ employees, and Fortune 500 clients. Recognized by Forbes 30 under 30, Tatler, Fast Company & covered in New York Times, Djoann is the youngest black technology founder in SEA that got funded by Alibaba. Now releasing his first book called “The Adaptive Economy”, aiming to inspire more people to become investors in the new field of "green tech" via Atlas, a community and society of impact angel investors willing to put their money to work in the Environmental Societal and Government issues market (Climate Tech, GreenTech, DeepTech), a sector that has doubled in value the past 3 years and reached $250b in 2020 (CNBC).

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