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The Netherlands – 100% natural earthen, cow-dung bio-stabilized bricks provide more affordable, safer, healthier housing solutions to low-income families
Mexico – Combining landscape design and waste management to improve Tijuana’s informal settlements public space.
Germany – a biomaterial innovation company developing seaweed-based packaging materials for impermanence, envisioning a future where packaging materials
United Kingdom – A marketplace that unites a community of upcycle designers using creativity to drive change.
Turkey – Aims to extend the life of products that are taken from users and brand partners and brings them back into the circular economy.
India – Addressing the lack of access to menstrual products in a sustainable way by providing biodegradable sanitary pads to urban and rural women/girls.
Germany – Making nearly any water drinkable with a globally designed and locally produced Open Source Device.
Mexico – A system of objects for breeding Meliponini bees that seeks to function as a circular interspecies collaboration.
Israel – The first durable, flexible, and comfortable biodegradable plastics.