AAUZAR- Z for generation Z

AAUZAR- Z for generation Z

Generation Z, the generation for youth and new innovation, four masterminds of KU, who believed to change the traditional, time-consuming weaving techniques for all the weaving enthusiasts. They planned a convenient and eco-friendly weaving machine that is designed to benefit all the marginalized and weaving enthusiasts to open their own start-up from a small capital. …

Hill Plast

Hill Plast

Reduce Plastic Waste Hill Plast, a company working in Haiti for recycling plastic wastes like bottles. The world today is facing many problems pertaining to environment and the piling up of plastic wastes is one of them. The company acknowledged this problem especially in its local community of Haiti and thus came up with “Hill…

Koovee

Koovee

A ban on plastic cutlery is set to come into force in 2020 across the EU and Koovee can help with that transition. The French startup was founded in 2017 to offer an ecological alternative to plastic cutlery in the form of biodegradable, economic and tasty edible cutlery. Their spoons, knives and forks are based on…

Agricool

Agricool

Urban vertical farming is incredibly on-trend. Guillaume Fourdinier and Gonzague Gru certainly know that as their startup is doing incredibly well. Founded in 2015, the Paris-based startup offers ‘Cooltainers’, recycled shipping containers transformed into urban farms, where you can grow fruits and vegetables. Agricool began with strawberries, which contain on average 20% more sugar and…

Fuergy

Fuergy

Fuergy This company isn’t a household name, but it hopes to be one day. Based in Slovakia, this private company was founded in February 2018 and touts itself as the Airbnb of clean and renewable energy. The company developed brAIn—a proprietary hardware device and artificial intelligence (AI) software. The company states that this product is meant to “optimize…

Project Cece

Project Cece

Cece Sisters Marcella and Melissa Wijngaarden and their friend Noor opened their eyes to the environmental and humanitarian cost of fast fashion years ago, when they met at university in Amsterdam studying physics. The trio launched Project Cece, which stands for ‘Project Conscious Clothing’. The platform is a search engine for eco-friendly, responsible fashion, with…

Plastics for Change

Plastics for Change

Andrew Almack is the founder of Plastics for Change, a social enterprise that reduces plastic pollution and poverty in developing countries by creating income opportunities for waste pickers. The India-based initiative is the first fairtrade, ethical sourcing platform to help formalise the informal recycling economy and improve the quality control process for recycled plastic. “There is…

Food Cloud

Food Cloud

Iseult Ward and Aoibheann O’Brien are the founders of FoodCloud, a Dublin-based online platform and app connecting British and Irish businesses with surplus food to local charities. Food retailers on the FoodCloud system upload descriptions of surplus dry and canned goods, and registered charities then receive a notification telling them that food is available for collection….

Twelve

Twelve

Two sustainable strategy experts, Ellie Austin and Jessica Ferrow, launched an agency aimed at helping businesses respond to the climate emergency earlier this year. When the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) report came out at the end of 2018, it warned that we had 12 years left if we wanted to limit a climate change…

ZunRoof

ZunRoof

ZunRoof ZunRoof is a home-tech startup bringing smart and clean energy choices to homeowners. The startup helps generate electricity through solar energy by making use of unutilised rooftops. Started in 2016 by Pranesh Chaudhary and Sushant Sachan, the Gurugram-based startup is aiming to become the largest solar rooftop provider in India. It claims to have…