Reworking Food Production
Little Leaf Farms' innovative greenhouse technology works with nature to grow lettuce sustainably in the cooler climate of New England.
Continuus Materials creates building products like roofboard out of waste destined for landfill, bringing single-use plastic into the circular economy .
The bio-economy has the potential to ignite new industries, providing the economic incentive to build rather than destroy natural capital.
There is a golden opportunity for businesses, industries and countries alike to redesign and implement how they will decarbonize and transition to Net Zero and a Circular Bioeconomy
HRH The Prince of Wales outlines his vision of a truly sustainable future.
By aligning sustainable solutions with funding to transform the marketplace, it is possible to be sustainable, human-centric and profitable at the same time.
Phasing Out Plastics
Reduced consumption, improved recycling, and production that doesn't rely on fossil fuels would dramatically reduce plastic's environmental impact.
Rewilding the Highlands
Aecom's Natural Capital Lab uses state-of-the art technology to assess the economic value of 100 acres of rewilded land in the Scottish Highlands.
Polymateria is developing a new standard in biodegradable and compostable plastics through a proprietary formulation called Biotransformation.
New England Exemplary Forests are looking to develop their approach into a global standard for sustainable woodland management.
Growing Public Awareness
Speech by HRH The Prince of Wales at the European Year of the Environment Eyecatcher Awards, Merchant Taylor’s Hall, London, 22 March 1988
Facing The Future
The Dimbleby Lecture by HRH The Prince of Wales at St James’s Palace, London, 8 July 2009