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In this edition of our Community Spotlight series, we talked with Sea Huggers' Founder, Shell Cleave. Through education-based activism, Shell has encouraged communities to reduce their dependence on plastics and protect marine environments. Continue reading to learn more about Shell and  Sea Hugger. Tell us about your organization— what was the idea behind Sea Hugger? Climate change may very well be the...
In this edition of our Community Spotlight series, we chat with Kuli Kuli Foods' Founder and CEO, Lisa Curtis. Through sustainable harvesting of moringa trees, Lisa has provided healthy and nourishing products, while empowering women internationally. Continue reading to learn more about Lisa and  Kuli Kuli. Tell us about a bit about Kuli Kuli. Kuli Kuli is a multi-million dollar social enterprise that sources...
In this edition of our Community Spotlight series, we interview Strategic Energy Innovations' Founder and Executive Director, Cyane Dandridge. Cyane has been passionate about climate since a young age, and founded SEI more than 20 years ago. Continue reading to learn more about Cyane and Strategic Energy Innovations. Tell us a bit about Strategic Energy Innovations. I...
In the first edition of our Community Spotlight series, we interview Software Motor Company's VP of Business Development, Maya Aharon. Maya brings over a decade of business acumen to the table, and has been with Software Motor Company for two years. Continue reading to learn more about Maya and Software Motor Company. How did you initially get involved in cleantech?  After a few years working in startups, I...
Our friends over at Cleantech Rising have put together a thoughtful and informative piece on the world of recycling, its history, its evolution, and its environmental impact. Recycling is often shrouded in confusion and misinformation, but this article effectively addresses the harsh (but important) realities of recycling. To view the article, click here .
A shift to a greener economy could create 24 million new jobs globally by 2030 if the right policies are put in place, says the International Labour Organization (ILO). According to the ILO’s new report, the  World Employment and Social Outlook , the new jobs will be created by adopting sustainable practices in the energy sector, using electric vehicles, and increasing energy efficiency in existing and future buildings. The...