We know packaging can be green, convenient and effective. Mountains of recyclable materials can be put to good (re)use. Plastic and virgin materials can be minimized. Are you ready to choose packaging the earth can live with?
Teijin's chemical recycling technology, a first of its kind in the world, makes it possible to refine old polyester into new polyester raw material equivalent to that made from petroleum. For example, an old and worn out polyester fleece and coat can be recycled into a new fleece and coat over and over again. Moreover, this technology reduces both energy consumption and CO2 emissions drastically when compared to using oil to make new polyester raw materials.
By virtue of unique and patented product engineering, Lyf eliminates the ovens, adhesives and massive labor requirements typical of the industry. The shoes are assembled on demand—ideal for intimately meeting consumer needs with the lowest carbon footprint possible. By leveraging a decentralized manufacturing model, Lyf removes the barriers of entry and paves the way for microenterprise development across the world: as a way to incorporate indigenous textiles in rural villages to offering custom prints to being a gateway to digital manufacturing.
Access Afya is a social enterprise creating a network of high-tech health centers that provide consultations, information, on-site diagnostics, and authentic medication. Too often, people are not getting care when they need it because their options are expensive, inconvenient, or low quality. Our model makes it possible for our patients to seek care early by bringing health workers and supplies directly to the people who need it the most. Patients pay small fees, making each mini-clinic a self-sustaining operation.
WikiFoods, Inc. has developed a revolutionary, plastic-free food and beverage packaging technology that delivers Triple Good. Called WikiPearls™, they're good for you, good for the environment, and just plain good.
San Francisco-based Bitty Foods makes gluten-free, high-protein cookies and muffins from delicate, nutty-flavored cricket flour. Edible insects are a sustainable source of protein, healthy fats and micronutrients identified by the U.N. Food and Agriculture Organization as a potential key to stabilizing the global food supply. Our mission is to help popularize edible insects in the Western diet by incorporating them into delectable, healthy treats.
n’klôwô is a brand of 100% cotton bedding and household linen hand made in the Ivory Coast and Burkina Faso and under fair working conditions. Our original line of products are made from premium cotton and created by using a manual dyeing and dressmaking process, making each final product a unique piece. n’klôwô is a fair trade cooperative that prioritizes the person and the work over maximizing profit.
Threads of Life is a fair trade business that works with culture and conservation to alleviate poverty in rural indonesia. The heirloom-quality textiles and baskets we commission are made with local materials and natural dyes to an exquisite standard usually seen only in museums.
Bionic® transforms fibers made from recycled plastic into durable textiles. We believe all of the resources we consume on Earth should have a positive impact on society and our natural environment. Using innovative technologies to turn products we discard into innovative raw materials that we can be proud to use in our everyday lives. We make high performance yarns and fabrics for all walks of life.
Changamka MicroHealth Ltd is an integrated Health Finance company, set up to provide financing mechanisms for the delivery of affordable healthcare to the low end of the market using appropriate, innovative technologies.
Merit Technology Services company provides web based, highly scalable, customized solutions, that help transform businesses and empower communities. As a smartsourcing IT services company, iMerit directly empowers over 400 young employees by providing access to digital jobs employment in West Bengal and Jharkhand. The company employees individuals from diverse education backgrounds ranging from 12th pass to Masters students, and provides modern job opportunities like functional and technical support for clients, digital document conversion, and HTML coding.
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