Last Wednesday, the Greenbuzz community gathered at MOOS Space for an exciting 6th edition of our #FeedinBerlin series! A big thank you to Jakob and the folks at MOOS for hosting us last minute (see our IG for more details on that)… the power and beauty of being part of socially and ecologically-minded networks. <3 What is a local food economy and why is it […]
#027 – ReHats – upcycling for more life & sustainability in the German hat market!
GreenBuzz Berlin is on a mission! This post is part of our 100 Sustainable Solutions initiative. Learn more about it here. Why does your organization exist? The idea behind ReHats was to reinvent the mostly grey and boring hat market. Especially in Germany it’s a pretty conservative market. So we wanted to bring some new ideas, a bit of color and sustainability to it. That’s what brings […]
#026 – Climate Farmers – Scaling regenerative agriculture across Europe
Climate Farmers exist to build the infrastructure to scale regenerative agriculture in Europe. We find solutions for the agricultural sector that help to enable the transition towards regeneration.
#023 – Benoo – Support local farmers with exciting weekly recipes!
The Benoo box is a pre-portioned box with a 30min recipe meal created and tested by our Chefs. We challenged them to create recipes with only seasonal products and to make tasty recipes even in cold winter.
#018 – A twist on food waste with Roots Radical
Based in Berlin, Germany, Roots Radicals is an authentic, handcrafted, and zero-waste food company that aims to reconnect people with food.
#017 – Berlin’s first Zero Waste Festival
Zero Waste Berlin Festival provides a space for citizens, impact entrepreneurs and key players to create transformative changes in their everyday life and business. We’re committed to achieving a greener economy, a fairer social transition and a climate resilient future.
#016 – Emission-free, pre-loved local goods with Green Circle
GreenCircle: a local marketplace including packaging- and emission-free pickups &
deliveries, enabling communities to exchange their pre-loved, upcycled, and sustainable local goods conveniently and easily.
#010 – Sustainable Architecture with WEbuilding
WEbuilding is a Berlin-based non-profit organization founded by an international group of young architects united by a common purpose: to help disadvantaged communities through sustainable public building projects.
#006 – Reducing Plastic Waste with soulbottles
SOUL BOTTLES strives to reduce waste and provide access to clean drinking water to all. Through sales of their stylish, eco-friendly, glass water bottles they support drinking water projects around the world. They also have a very forward thinking internal work culture based on holacracy and non-violent communication. Read on to learn more about this awesome social business!
#004 – Urban Farming with Farmlyplace
Farmlyplace develops management and control systems for urban farming (smart farming), operates an online marketing platform for locally produced products, and provides a quality management solution for farm system customers. At their Kiezfarm in Charlottenburg, Farmlyplace supplies local consumers with fresh lettuce, leafy greens and herbs, and produces high-quality, locally produced, fresh, organic and natural products, sustainably and without genetic engineering.
Environmental Justice and the Climate Movement in Light of COVID-19
The climate movement in mainstream media is dominated by a sensationalist attitude that urges society to take action before it is too late. According to leading scientists, we have just a decade to change our bad habits and turn to a greener, cleaner economic model if we want to save Earth and humanity’s place in it. However, for some communities around the world it is […]