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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
PeoplePods addresses the lack of healthy housing near industrial parks. We provide dignified and sustainable dorms for female workers, lease space to employers and take industrial parks as investors
Our goal is to commercialize our dispensing technology, mobile pushcart and app to enable rapid scaling up of refill solutions to low-income customers across Jakarta in refillable containers.
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.
Our IT system enables municipalities and waste management companies in upcoming economies like India and Indonesia to manage waste operations, design better systems and create transparency in the value chain.
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.