“If we want to have a better world, we need to take care of ourselves.”
"The world water crisis is ineluctable and will affect more than half of the world population by 2025. We need to act now and raise global awareness about the crisis."
Five children are guided on a journey through the forest. Along the way they meet spiritual masters from the Amazonian tribe the Surius, scientific experts, and artists exploring nature through land and digital art. The goal is for each child to learn to reconnect with nature, themselves and others.
After a corporate career, Melissa Matteucci initiated International Women Association in Cambodia. IWA Kep empowers women by offering them training and a space to express their creativity by recycling plastic bags into handicrafts.
"Through HOBI we empower women to offer better chances to newborn babies and their mothers. And it is innovative, creative and fun!"
Bibou’tic was born out of a desire to promote a more ecological, affordable and convenient way to dress babies. Delphine - a former paralegal and Sonia - who used to work as a caregiver, are behind the project.
Elisabeth and Nicolas, a young French couple, were travelling in Malaysia when they came up with the idea for My Green Trip. What is My Green Trip you may ask? A way to connect environmentally-concerned travelers with locale, nature-friendly tourism organizations aimed at cleaning beautiful places plagued by our rubbish. These tourist organizations are our partners that make the whole system work.
A better understanding of the oceans and a rational managementof their resources, that is what the European Marine Information (EMI) strives for. Founded in September 2016 by two engineer students specialized in marine sciences, the project aims to combine innovation and oceanographic research by bringing together students and experienced scientists.
Laurence de Bure, a French born immigrant,brought an agricultural background from farm life in the Pyrenees Mountains in southern France to Tucson Arizona. Her appetite to learn of the tribal life near her new surroundings led her to discover traditional indigenous water harvesting techniques.
The Premayotte Association is helping the most vulnerable among us: premature born babies. In the neonatology service located on Mayotte island near Mozambique, the little ones and their parents receive the support required for a better start in life.
With deforestation on the rise, it’s important, now more than ever, to reduce paper usage. Working as a product manager in the medical device industry Hans was in charge of making products Fit to Market.
How would you encourage youth entrepreneurship while reaching for a sustainable future? Directly impacting 15,000 students, indirectly 60,000 and saving 24 kilotons of CO2 emissions, it is safe to say that LEDsafari has a solution.
Based and operating in Geneva by eight hopeful young adults, the Essaim d’Accueil team works tirelessly towards the social inclusion of asylum seekers. As they profoundly word it, “Many who are called ‘migrants’ are not treated as individuals, but as part of a faceless mass.