Saltwater Brewery and ad agency We Believers have collaborated to create biodegradable, edible packaging for cans that won’t injure wildlife.
Australian start-up Humanihut has designed and built refugee shelters that are durable and highly portable. They are insulated and contain sanitary facilities. Each is powered by solar panels on the roof.
Two students at UConn have formed a business that sells solar power equipment to places that have no access to an electrical grid. Equipment to recharge digital devices and keep medical supplies refrigerated are among their products.
The SmartBike from VanMoof comes with disc brakes, an internal gearbox, and an anti-theft guarantee thanks to a built in GPS tracker.
Norway’s Thorfinn Johnsen has invented an agricultural growth agent that more than doubles crop yields. If so, it could have a dramatic effect on world hunger and the agriculture industry.
Watly is a 15 ton machine that can turn contaminated water from a river, ocean or even sewage into drinking water. In addition, it generates enough electricity to power digital devices and is a wifi hotspot one kilometer wide. Watly is designed to solve three major infrastructure needs — access to clean water, electricity to run electronic devices and internet connectivity. Around the world, 783 million people do not have access to clean water, 1.2 billion lack access to electricity, and…
Three years ago, Cynthia Tello gave up her job in LA and moved home to Brazil where she started her own company making sustainable footwear from coconut fiber and recycled plastic bottles.
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