Smart Air is a clean air workshop program that teaches people how to protect themselves from air pollution. We target those living in cities in Asia, of whom 90% breathe polluted air on an ongoing basis.
Carbon Tile is aimed to upcycle pyrolysis carbon waste (which otherwise burnt) at scale through a common construction material through traditional craftsmanship in Gujarat for social and eco benefit
The project aims to distribute 500,000 improved cookstoves in Nepal, with the aim of improving the lives of villagers, reducing deforestation, and offsetting carbon emissions.
Creation of ethical supply chain for plastic waste, formalisation of informal waste entrepreneurs and decentralised waste processing to supply high quality raw material for plastic recycling.
DeyHaat provides clean, reliable, and affordable energy access to last-mile micro-enterprises in rural India through solar pico-grids.
Disaster Ready Community requires community participation for disaster risk reduction to solve major social and environment problems like drinking water, electricity, natural resource management and climate adaptive livelihood and houses.
Ecozen is a technology company enabling the Farm-To-Fork value chain for perishables with 3 core offerings – Ecotron, Ecofrost & Eco-Connect, which work across the production, management, and marketing of perishable Agri commodities respectively.
We are guided by a strong leadership team of professionals with expertise in Agri value-chain, sales, core engineering & IoT. We won multiple awards and accolades since its inception, such as the CII Innovation in Cold Chain Award 2017, FEDEX Small Business Grant 2018, Ashden Award 2018, and OGCCC Award 2019.
Ecozen has a dedicated R&D team that has filed 10 patents to date and working on filing more in the future.
Empower women farmers and planting climate resistant coffee and shade trees. We allocate a percentage of our sales into a dedicated Women’s Empowerment Innovation Fund to fund our sustainable program.
ABT aims to protect HCV tropical forest to mitigate impacts of climate change while building a sustainable business model that empowers local communities to adapt by developing nature-based livelihood
The proposed project, which aims to build resilience and adaptability to climate change of indigenous upland communities, is anchored on indigenous peoples’ wealth composed of natural resources, social and wealth.
At gDiapers, our aim is to end plastic disposable diaper waste with our patented plastic-free baby diapers and full service. We deliver, collect and compost our diapers. Our work and impact is primarily focused in Indonesia and the Southeast Asia region.
SolarHome is aiming to expand operations to additional off-grid areas of Myanmar where low-income consumers can benefit from affordable, reliable, and sustainable energy solutions.
After the successful implementation of its proof of concept Hamparan, Gree next stage of development is to develop 4 new biogas facilities, the Makmur project is set to be built in 2021.
The Mekong Dam Monitor uses remote sensing processes to provide unparalleled, near-real time reporting on reservoir and river conditions to communities and decision makers in the Mekong Basin.
Syngenera supports corporate sustainability action across three themes: decarbonization, circular economy, and inclusive business practices. We do this through identifying and managing large-scale natural capital concessions (~10,000 ha +), such that corporate strategic partners can invest directly for the purposes of forestry carbon credits (avoided deforestation, reforestation), sustainable agroforestry production, and the creation as well as support of community-centric non-timber forest enterprise (NTFE). Syngenera is initially focused on Indonesia and has incorporated a team of professionals with decades of in-country forestry management experience.
Since our inception in 2016, we have accomplished the following:
1) Completion of a database assessing over 3,000 potential forestry projects throughout the country
2) Identification of priority concessions available for our ‘Phase One’ of investment that meet our core criteria:
• Maximization of carbon sequestration and carbon offset potential
• Creation of meaningful work and economic opportunities for local communities through sustainable agroforestry and NTFE
• Positive conservation and biodiversity impacts
3) Continued development of a database that quantifies project interventions as ‘SDG outcomes’ that can be delivered to investors alongside traditional financial returns and carbon offset off-take Agreements.
4) Agreements with a number of corporate strategic partners and development finance institutions for technical assistance and potential financing
NOICE creates, produces & distributes personal care products that are organic, from sustainably sourced ingredients, and with a zero-waste approach. Starting with toothpaste.
To restore 1000 hectares of degraded land into healthy mangrove ecosystems in Ayeyarwady, Myanmar, by providing ecological, social and economic benefits and uplifting coastal communities in the region.
PetaBencana.id is a free web-based platform that produces real-time flood maps using both crowd-sourced reporting & government agency validations, supporting civic co-management as a form of megacity climate change adaptation.
The aim is to scale up product lines that mitigate COVID-19 risks created in the food services and medical care industries. The impact is 3 fold- social, enviornment and health.
The aim of the project is to mobilise green finance, using digital technology. It is achieved through a digital platform to democratise the industry.
The Floating Instream Tidal & Solar (FITS) Power plant Project shall provide access to energy to off-grid Myanmar communities by generating power from the run of the river and solar energy.
Oorja is delivering low-carbon pay-per-use agricultural energy services to boost the agricultural productivity and livelihoods of marginal farmers and reduce on-farm carbon emissions in South Asia.
We are transforming traditional agriculture into an agribusiness system by adopting a climate smart solution of “Sandbar Cropping”, led by the women and youths in Bangladesh.
The project recovers and converts waste plastic from polluted rivers and land into raw material for plastic production, to replace virgin fossil feedstock, lower GHG emissions and improve livelihoods.
Provide sustainable access to safe drinking water to 3 million vulnerable people in low-income countries by 2025, thanks to a social business model, thus impacting health, livelihoods and environment.
We remove over-populating pest urchins to restore kelp forests in Southern Japan. The removed urchins will be ranched into delicious “uni” and sold and the proceeds will be reinvested in kelp restoration.
SensorFlow provides a smart wireless IoT solution that monitors, analyses and automates hotel room environments through a variety of sensors.
As a demonstration of Singrow’s proprietary capabilities in precision agritech, completion of the pilot strawberry farm is underway in Singapore, which will result in lower overall carbon footprint.
We have a cooling film that can cool passively and we are using it to reduce energy use in air conditioning and refrigeration systems.
Solar Forward, an initiative of Himalayan Innovations provides affordable, portable and durable off-the-grid energy solutions to rural enterprises in Nepal via an integrated Pay-As-You-Go model.
The purpose of this project is to provide support to install solar electric systems for income generating appliances to rural low-income households and local businesses.
Minimize loss of surplus food and improve food equity. SOS rescues surplus food from industries and re-distributes to low-income villages, orphanages and charity org supporting the vulnerable.
This project will assess, in collaboration with power companies, investors and governments around Asia, the feasibility of coupling floating solar with existing hydropower to meet development goals in a climate-safe way.
Sanitary toilet solutions for areas without water through our own flushable toilet technology.
The aim is to install INGINE’s Wave Energy Converter system in selected locations in Vietnam, Sri Lanka and Indonesia, in order to supply clean and sustainable energy to local communities.
Encourage small farmer’s transforming conventional to organically grown coffee farming by creating farmers satisfied price in the Doichang Mountain Chiangrai, Thailand.