Consommation responsable


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Feminine hygiene is still a taboo with extremely poor scenario across the world.Toxicity and non-biodegradability of commercial pads is major discomfort.Our mission is to revolutionize and adaptation of healthy-ecofriendly way of feminine hygiene maintenance in India as well as across the globe.


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The business idea is to cater the need of wearing fashion dresses without purchasing them and empowering customers in finding quality clothes at a bare minimum price. The idea is to create a marketplace 'website' , which will 'inspire' people to use and reuse the available clothing options.



Ce projet consiste à construire un site de création solidaire selon la technique du SuperAdobe et travailler avec du matériel et des matières recyclés.
Grâce à cette technique, le site pourra comporter un pôle d'hébergement et d'insertion allié à plusieurs ateliers de production artisanale.

Changing Minds

le secteur de la société civile

We are a group of young tired of seeing things happen and not be part of the change, we seek to create awareness in Costa Rican society about their patterns of consumption, and thereby combating climate change.

Life Out Of Plastic - L.O.O.P.

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By 2025 for every 3 tons of fish in the ocean there will be 1 ton of plastics. Recycling post-consumer plastic waste into consumer products mitigates the impact of plastics on the marine ecosytem. L.O.O.P. is a women led Peruvian social enterprise that commercializes recycled PET products.



O negócio criará logística de resíduos têxteis industriais. Outras atividades serão: oferta de cursos de qualificação, criação de novos produtos e P&D de novos materiais e processos de transformação.


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Home is within our heart. Furnishings in our homes makes them places to relax. Some are heirlooms but most often we acquire from variety of sources. 9 in 10 designs are over budget adding 1900kg of waste/capita in EU. Homepod discovers ECO design products & helps to cut waste with 3% or 60kg/capita.