Editor's Note: This is the second part of an interview on the recently published SDG Fund report. The first part may be found here. The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development has introduced a number of fundamental changes in the approach to
Editor's Note: This is the first part of an interview discussing the newest Sustainable Development Goals Fund (SDG Fund) report. The second part will be published today at 13.00h GMT. In September 2016, the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) were adopted at the
Farmers are continuously faced with complicated decisions to ensure the quality and yield of their crops without proper information. They also need reliable information about the quality of their output in order to set the price when they come
Saathi is an India based social enterprise aiming to create biodegradable hygiene products from banana fiber. The pads that fully use organic materials degrade within 6 months of disposal which can significantly reduce sanitary waste. Having won Hello Tomorrow Global
Around 88 million tonnes of food is wasted annually in the EU. All actors along the supply chain contribute to food waste, from the farmers to retailers and ultimately the consumers. Opaline aims to help farmers in reducing food waste. It
Chateau Maris's success was recognised in 2016 when it became the first winery in Europe to achieve Certified B Corporation status, and ever since establishing Chateau Maris, Robert Eden and Kevin Parker have been committed to the incorporation of sustainable farming principles.
With the belief that the world does not need more designed furniture but more options for conscious consumption, Henrik Holm and Maria Fryd Wehler founded Wehlers. Wehlers is the first B Corp Certified company in Danish furniture industry. We talked
In the world where fashion trend changes in unprecedented speed, the environmental consequences are not to be neglected. The amount of waste produced by fast fashion makes it the second largest pollutant in the world. Reimer Ivang, founder of 'Better