We support entrepreneurs making positive impact on the environment.

“Sustainability” is a word that often gets overused. At the core of it, sustaining our ecosystems and environments is key to the survival of all living things. We only have one planet, so let’s take care of it!

Sustainability is the capacity to endure—for humans, sustainability is the endurance of systems and processes connected to ecology, economics, politics, and culture.


Look after the land and the land will look after you, destroy the land and it will destroy you.
— Aboriginal Proverb

Sustainable living

Tiny houses, intentional communities, eco-villages, sustainable cities, green cities, rooftop gardening, zero waste living, accessible and affordable housing in balance with the environment.

Recommended resource: Inhabitat.com

Rethinking consumption

Refuse, reduce, reuse, repair, repurpose, rot… then recycle.

Recommended resource: The Upcycle: Beyond Sustainability – Designing for Abundance by William McDonough and Michael Braungart

Water-food-energy systems

From family farms to cities. Addressing quantity, quality, availability, accessibility. Production and distribution, decreasing waste.

Recommended resource: How to Avoid a Climate Disaster by Bill Gates


Rotten is an investigative documentary series produced by Zero Point Zero, focusing on corruption in the global food supply chain. The Netflix series dives deep into the food production underworld to expose the corruption, waste and real dangers behind our everyday eating habits.

Dabba Consigne


Renaissance Upcycling



ProApia Biotech

Caeli Energie

Ma Petite Maison Verte

James McAvene’s Meadery





Dragonfly Effect Naturals


Snail Farming

Ion-Powered Aircraft

Service Recovery Strategies

Latest blog posts on sustainability


Empowering Rural Women: How This Packaging Startup is Spearheading a Model for Effective Sustainable Impact

In the year 2022, in addition to a vast array of accomplishments, a multitude of global issues remain unresolved. And women in general continue to face difficulties within a society…
Physical Health

Soy Isn’t the Bad Guy: How Soy can Contribute to Global Food Security

Growing up in a Korean household, soy took on a variety of forms in our kitchen and dining room: soy sauce, tofu, soybean sprouts, soybean paste, red pepper paste, soy…
Physical Health

Why We Need Diverse Actors in the Battle Against Food Insecurity (from Big to Small… to Twitter)

I see Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs on my Twitter feed all the time. Or rather, I find my lips curling into a smile at badly edited images of the pyramid,…
Physical Health

Sustainable Alternatives to Your Plastic Toothbrush

The other morning, I learned that the American Dental Association suggests replacing your toothbrush every three to four months. Though that fact wasn’t necessarily surprising to me, it got me…