The Sri Lankan government gives decommissioned buses a second life by sinking them in the ocean to serve as fish-breeding sites. The Sri Lankan Department of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (DFAR) has already sunk dozens of buses at three sites.
Francisco Norris and his brother Patricio come from a cattle-ranching family in Argentina. In the UK, they founded Zelp, a company that aims to capture methane emissions at the source.
In Sierra Leone, Jeremiah Thoronka founded Optim Energy to provide people in his community with clean, affordable and reliable energy. His innovative idea is to leverage kinetic energy – the energy objects have when in motion – to generate clean electricity.
Ender Ocean is the first online game dedicated to cleaning up the oceans.
Dutch fruit and vegetable supplier Nature & More and Swedish supermarket ICA partnered to replace sticky labels on organic products with a laser mark.
Arnaud Lyet, Conservation Scientist at WWF, studies scarce and elusive wildlife species without actually seeing them thanks to environmental DNA (eDNA), an innovative technology that could revolutionize wildlife monitoring.