Clean Air Network educates the Hong Kong public on the impact of air pollution. It is the city’s principal voice and network working to enable positive change in air quality policies.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.