Tricolor, a 100% local wool collective - made in France
Mercado de Trueque, a "barter market" where recyclable waste is exchanged for local farm produce.
If we could grow our food directly on our backs, would we be more sensitive to sustainable development issues?
Since 2016, the Dutch start-up CocoPallet has been turning coconut waste into eco-friendly pallets.
In Germany, Veolia has launched the "Colorful Biomass" project. The idea: grow wild plants to produce biomass while preserving local biodiversity.