The gathering of thousands of festival-goers often results in a mountain of waste when the party is over. In the early 90s, Kanta Hani found a way to combat this trend by creating an effective system of clean-up volunteers, making the Fuji Rock Festival a “zero waste” event.
It’s proof that trash rock doesn’t have to mean trashing the environment.
- Kanta HaniI created the zero waste festival
- Carlos FernandezI created a foldable electric car
- ESD & Ecole de Condé - Projet Bistrot pour Villa Shamengo
- Olivier DesmoulinCome on over, my neighbour’s making dinner
- Harrison DillonI create fuel from algae
- Nina RaeberI transform sacks of fish food into chic shopping bags.
- Sandra AgueborI keep women off the streets by training them to be mechanics
- Anders WilhelmsonI created the world's simplest toilets
- Tammy DunakinI rent out my goats to mow your lawn
- Patricia DutreuxThese wood bricks don't need nails, screws, or glue
- Carlos EspinosaMy nets capture water from the clouds
- Angie ChatrakulI turn tilapia leather into designer shoes
- Hommage à Charles-Edouard Oksenhendler, fondateur de la Ferme de la Glutamine
- Rita PanickerI created the children's bank
- Philippe BrousseauThe statues I sculpt weigh only a few grams
- Aurelia WolfI created an open-source machine to make natural dyes.
- Katherine FreundI launched the first ride-sharing company for seniors
- Mary GordonI teach empathy with babies
- Sten de WitI created the world's first solar cycle path
- Jordi MartiI invented a blood test without needles