Cambio climático

Susana Morales's New Entry

Sin fines de lucro / ONG / Sector Civil

The rapid environmental deterioration and depletion of Guatemala's natural resources is undermining its rich bio-diversity and limiting its potential for economic development. We can sow chaya, moringa and a lot of plants, make a wonderfull Organic Mayan Farm.

Generation Community

Híbrida

Gen Community develops, finances and manages community owned renewable energy projects in low income areas. Our projects directly combat fuel poverty & climate change through reduced energy bills for fuel poor homes, whilst surpluses from the solar electricity is used to support local social needs.

Land Sharing for Social Good

Sin fines de lucro / ONG / Sector Civil

Is it possible to solve crucial problems in society and environment together and at the same time providing services and products for wider society with simple approach of intergenerational sharing of agricultural land?
Yes it is! And we know how to do it!

Menzi Mahlobo's New Entry

Lucrativa

- The cultivation of Sea/Ocean species
- With more focuses on the cultivation of sea/ocean species with a big market share
- The species are not taken in the ocean but rather cultivated anywhere
- The cultivation is not done in the coastal area its commonly done
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Black Baza Coffee Co.

Híbrida

We are biodiversity-friendly. We started with the simple idea of creating a coffee company that conserves forests, wildlife and water by selling coffee. Our label guarantees that your coffee comes from a farm that conserves trees, water, wildlife and where producers enjoy livelihood security.

EKOMURO H2O+ FAMILY GROUP

Sin fines de lucro / ONG / Sector Civil

Hint: This will be the first introductory text about this project that viewers will see.

collecting rainwater is essential for adaptation to climate change and sustainability
water saving will bring economic and environmental
Ekomuro h2o excellent solution to water problems in the world

Groundit

Lucrativa

Groundit's mission is to reduce the carbon footprint of cafés within Montreal and to transform their waste into high-quality compost. By combining the right amount of coffee grounds with green-waste of coffee shops, we produce a fertilizer that is safer and more efficient than traditional options.

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