In partnership with employment non-profits in Prague, FOREWEAR collects and recycles textiles to make designed products. And in Ostrava, the third largest city in the Czech Republic, charity shops give old clothes a second lease of life.
Because she could not find sustainable sportswear, Natacha Campanale decided to make them through her 100% eco-friendly and 100% French brand Boïja.
Would the traditional lace of Puy-en-Velay be a solution to save the corals?
Can we recycled oyster shells to make wetsuits? This is the challenge taken up by @sooruzofficial! 🦪🏄♀️
The founders of @Project_Vesta firmly believe it’s possible to reduce CO2 emissions thanks to this green sand. 💚
Turning household waste into stone. This is what the start-up @Neolithe_FR does. ♻
An ethical, 100% organic all-natural snack… to add value to surplus tropical fruit. 🍌🍍
The new @theseacleaners flagship — the #Mata — will have the mission of collecting, treating and recycling large quantities of plastic waste ending up in oceans. ⛵♻
Brighton-based business @gomi_design have been upcycling #plastic waste to create fully #circular consumer tech. Now, they’re using e-waste to produce portable speakers powered by rechargeable second-life batteries!
Greener than meat. @Solar_Foods makes it possible to manufacture a food product similar to wheat flour using just water, electricity and… CO2.
Berlin aspires to be a #zerowaste city by 2030. The first step: to open trendy outlets that only sell second-hand goods. 🛍♻