Bamboo was used for centuries in Indonesia. One man is bringing it back to build wonderful earthquake-resistant houses.
Desolenator is on a mission to disrupt the global water crisis and make sure that everyone, no matter where they live, has access to clean water. Their invention is designed to work in the most intense environments, and the best part is... It doesn't rely on fossil fuels. It uses the power of the sun to get the job done.
Texel Energy Storage is determined to reduce the world’s reliance on fossil fuels. To accomplish this, they've invented a battery that converts heat into electricity using a stirling converter. Their battery boasts a lot of positives, including the fact that it doesn't use any rare earth materials and it's good for up to 40 years.
Judah Jay invented a special, non-toxic liquid that can put out fires and prevent objects from burning. His invention is an absolute game-changer.
Edible Routes is a sustainable urban farming collective based out of Delhi that empowers people to live a more sustainable and healthy lifestyle. They teach people how to grow their own food, regardless of where they live.
If you ask Kromkommer what they think of wonky vegetables, they'll tell you that they're perfect. This company is showing everyone that even the weirdest of veggies can result in delicious soup.
Manish is an expert in natural dyeing. He believes in the power of his work and hopes that future generations will continue pursuing this age-old craft and a more eco-friendly way of life.
Field Factors developed a water management system called Bluebloqs that makes sure rainwater in urban environments is never wasted. Their system stores and purifies water, so that it’s always ready when it’s needed the most.
Meet the young eco-warrior who started a foundation to help the planet through planting trees. Sure, some people might say that planting a tree won't make a difference... But she isn't listening to them and believes that every gesture and every tree can make a huge difference.
After seeing the impact that grad parties had on the environment near their university and around the country, this group decided to do things differently. So they started encouraging their fellow students to celebrate their big day by planting a tree.
Is it still possible to have a green city? Italian designers Claudia Pasquero and Marco Poletto have come up with projects inspired by fungi, algae and bacteria and have given rise to art installations, works of architecture and urban master plans.