Here at CareElite Creators, you'll learn the best StartUps and projects for sustainability and environmental protection which make our everyday life a bit more nature-conscious again. It is a Launchpad for real people's heart projects where sustainability is always a priority.
Here you have the chance to support sustainable crowdfunding projects.
Got Bag - backpack from marine garbage
School friends Roman Ruster and Benjamin Mandos had, like many others, the Plastic waste in the environment and especially in the sea. In two years, they developed a system to take plastic waste from the environment and turn it into threads to make a unique and durable backpack - the GotBag. A great crowdfunding project worth supporting.
Worm box - worms decompose organic waste
The brothers Thomas and David Witzeneder have launched the project Wurmkiste.at to give every household the opportunity to turn organic waste into useful soil directly on site. In the so-called worm composter, the worms wait for fresh organic waste. Unlike conventional organic waste, the worm composter does not stink. It simply smells like fresh forest soil - and fruit flies are also avoided. In an interview, the founders told me all about their project and the Worm composter from Wurmkiste.at tells
Green City Solutions - Vertical Garding
Peter Sänger and his team of founders have already made many cityscapes greener with Green City Solutions. Together, they developed a technology for what is known as Vertical Gardening, in order to Air pollution in cities and to bind CO2. A great startup project that is worth supporting.
The Ocean CleanUp - collecting plastic waste in the ocean
The Ocean CleanUp is a former crowdfunding project that has made history as the most successful non-profit crowdfunding project. At the age of 16, Boyan Slat founded his company to create a technology that removes plastic waste from the ocean surface. Within 5 years, he wants to rid the entire surface of the ocean of plastic waste, and is particularly interested in the big garbage whirlpool in the sea apart.
Etepetete - Save crooked food
Munich-based Carsten Wille, Georg Lindermair and Christopher Hallhuber had had enough of crooked food being sorted out and thrown away. That's why they founded Etepetete - a brand where customers can get exclusively untypical-looking food. In the meantime, they have already saved 1,386,301 kg of fruit & vegetables in this way.
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