The "Solar Butterfly" Project - the sound of a sustainable Generation
In a world of "Fridays for future" and many other great projects around topics like climate change and sustainable business, the pioneer Louis Palmer created the project "Solar Butterfly.He and his team travel around the globe in a solar vehicle and present countless small and large projects.
Projects that are intended to improve life on our planet and about which there is currently
still far too little reporting. TheKnot is part of Solar Butterfly, in which we use our worldwide network to identify projects, check their feasibility and provide advice. Join the Solar Butterfly Experience an get in touch with us.
A revolutionary way to transform Waste into Energy with zero Emission.
What would it be like if you could simply generate energy from waste? And how would it be if this could be done without toxic by-products like slag?
With "Waste To Energy - Zero Emission Hydrogen - Generation" we have found a solution for exactly that. Not just any solution, but a revolutionary one. Invented by American Nat Mundy, who, based on gasification based gasification plants, wanted to convert all of a community's waste into energy. The result was a breakthrough system that eliminates waste and generates carbon-neutral energy.
Using our technologies, household and industrial waste that is not treated before it enters the plant is converted into energy such as electricity, hydrogen, water, fuel (diesel, oil).
In cooperation with the U.S. Department of Defense and the Finnish manufacturer Metso, Mundy has already built a gasification plant at 37 sites. And now it's time to bring this revolutionary technology to Europe. We are open for any kind of progressive discussion. Let us sit and talk.
A Cradle-to-Cradle way for a better future
How about building structures or selling products just to do good with them? This is exactly the approach of ICC and that's why we support the makers. All ICC products are made from recycled materials or from sustainable solutions that were built just to make life better. Because ICC sees itself as part of the "cradle-to cradle" economy.
The income from the stylish recycled products is used to fight the causes of emigration . How? Quite simply: ICC invests in plastic recycling solutions in Africa and creates jobs and a future with the local people. Through production and sales of products made from recycled plastic, value is added, enabling people to earn their own living independently This is what we call "fighting the causes of leaving your home-place".
And we at theKnot not only consult ICC on recycling, we support them with a large network of experts - on site and in the in the middle. This, because we believe that a sustainable circular economy is the only way in order to save planet earth and our social structures. www.icc.earth / www.bluefutureproject.com
BlueFuture - Water is a fundamental right.
The refugee crisis in 2015 was a decisive reason for Blue Future to found their
project. Poverty and illegal wars are the main reasons for migration to Europe.
Water is a commodity that can be used to live independently. Many refugees
Blue Future invests in water stations in Tanzania, which give the local population access to clean drinking water and at the same time create jobs. In this way, local people are independent and can live and work in a self-determined way.
TheKnot is happy to support this project and the people behind it.