Plastic Fischer's open-source technology and innovative financing models empowers local communities to collect and recycle river plastic, which otherwise would have entered the oceans.
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Plastic Fischer – Clean rivers, clean oceans
Plastic Fischer is a pioneer in tackling the problem of river plastic. With its open-source technology and innovative financing schemes, it empowers local communities to collect and recycle river plastic, which otherwise would have entered the oceans.
The Blooming Project is part of the Slowflower movement. With their regional, seasonal and organically grown cut flowers, they create a positive momentum to transform the sector towards sustainability.
Orange Sky is a non-profit organisation providing free laundry, warm showers and genuine conversation for homeless people.
The development organization ICEP provides women who do not have the opportunity to go to school or college with on-site business coaching to help them start their own businesses.
School visits by refugees offer an exchange at eye level and thus reduce prejudices.
SeaSoilution fishes harmful brown algae out of the sea and recycles them into bio-fertiliser.
Plasticpreneur develops machines which empower people across the world to turn plastic waste into new valuable products.
With Tip Me you can give something back directly to the individual garment workers who made your clothes
Moufense is a young social business which fights malaria by introducing a low-cost mosquito repellent body lotion in rural Togo.
The social enterprise creates numerous jobs for people with disabilities while making the IT industry greener.
Discovering Hands trains blind women to become Medical-Tactile Examiners for early breast cancer detection.
Africa GreenTec provides communities in conflict areas with affordable, clean energy, and creates the conditions to use it productively
Skateistan empowers children in Afghanistan, Cambodia and South Africa through skateboarding and education.
Glassic fights plastic waste in the oceans by establishing reusable bottle schemes in Asia.
The Generation Forest Cooperatives allows anyone to build his or her own climate protection forest
Swap Education for Housing engages young people as youth mentors who live on-site in deprived neighbourhoods.
Sanku empowers local mom-and-pop mills to fortify maize flour at no additional costs
mango solar brings clean energy to previously inaccessible areas of the world through digitally empowered solar home systems that are made to last.
Namati trains and deploys grassroots legal advocates who work with communities to advance fundamental citizenship rights.
The app provides information, positive inspiration and guidance for youth in almost any troubling situation.
Helping Hands is a web-based app that empowers all of us to provide neighborhood assistance during the Corona epidemic.
Sanergy pioneers a zero waste economy by turning organic waste from sanitary facilities, households or farms into new valuable products.
Health4Bees protects bees from environmental toxins, making use of data collected by the bees themselves.
ShareTheMeal is a smartphone app that enables people to share their meal with a hungry child - through a micro donation of $ 0.50.
Bike Bridge engages citizens to teach refugee women to ride a bike and therewith bridges cultural and social gaps.
Most chewing gums contain plastic as "chewing mass". Forest Gum shows that there is another way.
Liter of Light is a global, grassroots movement commited to providing affordable, sustainable solar light to people with limited or no access to electricity.
The App “Pfandgeben” allows informal bottle collectors to pick up their goods directly at your household, which drastically improves their work conditions.
Socialbnb is a non-profit booking platform that connects travelers with local initiatives around the world who offer homestays for guests.
Ya Bana means "for the children". A free primary school is established in Kinshasa, which is financed by an affiliated school bakery.
Swimsol develops floating solar systems that power Maledivian islands with clean energy without occupying any space.
The Swiss-Peruvian women-led social enterprise gives low-income urban communities access to clean and affordable sanitation facilities.
The student initiative Samaki of Enactus Aachen e.V. enables people in the rural regions of Africa to pursue sustainable fish farming with long-term benefits.
SIRPLUS has made it its mission to counteract the immense waste of food and to make food saving the mainstream.
More than 150 million people in the world would need glasses but cannot afford them. The one-dollar glasses are manufactured and sold by the local people themselves. The material costs: only about 1 US Dollar!
The mountain gorilla project of the climate protection foundation myclimate supports the distribution of efficient stoves that require hardly any firewood in the densely populated region on the edge of the Virunga cloud forest in Rwanda.
Did you know? Garbage bags are mostly made from crude oil. The Hamburg project Ecosack produces 100% plastic waste bags and is working on linking production with the Ocean Cleanup project in the future.
Through the Bettervest platform, we are supporting the development of a network of 80 mobile solar kiosks that will provide people in Rwanda with access to WiFi, a mobile phone charging station and all kinds of Internet-based services.
The Berlin Startup helps people in crisis regions by purchasing agricultural products from these regions that are typical for the country. Directly from small farmers, without intermediaries. In this way it strengthens local structures.