Staiy is the progressive and editorial-driven online retail concept, rooted in refined aesthetics, ethics and innovation with the purpose to give a new face to sustainability.
Sustainable Finance Lab (SFL) is an academic think tank based in Utrecht, with as its members mostly professors from different Dutch universities. SFL focuses on how sustainability has come on the agenda of the financial sector over the recent years and discuss what lays before us, and how finance can accelerate the sustainability transitions.
Perpetual Products is an e-commerce aimed at providing a concrete alternative to wasteful single-use consumption. Via a subscription-based business model, it offers organic and sustainable products close to supplier price.
MOH International is a United Nations certified consulting group, working as a trusted partner with heads of state, government ministries, development agenciesand business leaders on their most pressing issues on gender equality and economics.
The Prostitution Information Center (PIC) is a non-profit information and education center about sex work in the Red Light District of Amsterdam. It was set up in 1994 by former sex worker Mariska Majoor. PIC serves as an educational platform with the aim to fight stigmas surrounding sex work.
Meatable is a company pioneering a way to make real meat without the need to harm animals or the planet. With their product you can enjoy real meat, without any of the drawbacks associated with traditional farming. No animals are killed, fewer emissions are released, and significantly less land and water are required. And, unlike plant-based alternatives, their product is literally meat. It has the same taste, texture and nutritional benefits — it’s exactly the same thing.
Erasmus University is a public university located in the Netherlands and a home for our mother associations - Erasmus Sustainability Hub. The university was founded in 1913 and currently is home to 7 diverse faculties!
Ecosia is a search engine that plants trees - they donate 80% of their profits generated from online ads to reforestation projects all over the world. Since it was founded in 2009, Ecosia planted more than 100 million trees!
Fair Tourism is a non-profit foundation based in the Netherlands with the aim of raising awareness about sustainable tourism (for example by giving workshops at educational institutions), and helping communities develop community-based tourism (CBT).
Dopper is a Dutch company that markets plastic refillable water bottles to prevent the use of plastic disposable bottles. It also encourages the use of tap water and raises awarness regarding plastic sea waste through a variety of programs or Join the Wave movement.
Gutundgut is an innovation management, project development and consulting companybased in Zurich and Rotterdam, specialized in creating sustainable tourism projects and infrastructures. Their mission is to support clients in developing their ideas and projects in a sustainable way, taking into account local communities, existing resources and the environment.
The Craft Bubble is an organic handmade soap maker that it is growing up in Amsterdam since 2019. The soaps are made in cold process, which means they are made in the best procedure in order to keep inside all the properties of the oils, fruits, vegetables, flowers, etc… which are used to make them
Reshirt is Rotterdam-based sustainable lifestyle brand and a part of Enactus EUR. They collect textile waste, cut, weave, and sew unwanted materials to transform them into one of a kind handmade pieces for your home and personal style. Their mission is to make the consumer aware of textile pollution and shift the behaviour towards sustainable and profitable solutions.
Free Press Unlimited supports media and journalists worldwide but particularly in countries with limited (press) freedom. They are close to their audience and are the best guarantee for a sustainable, professional and diverse media landscape.