WeWhoDo sat down with Kaushal Shah, founder at envoPAP to discuss sustainable alternatives to packaging and how we can give waste a new life!
WeWhoDo sat down with Elisa Alexieva, Brand Marketing Manager at Aceleron to discuss UK engineering that is powering the world! The company’s circular economy approach is designing waste out of the battery manufacturing process by manufacturing the first circular economy lithium-ion batteries that can be serviced, maintained and upgraded.
WeWhoDo sat down with Tegan Spinner, Founder of Worthmore, to discuss the Phonespiracy and how we can give our old phones a new life responsibly while doing our bit for the planet!
WeWhoDo sat down with Eugenio Riganty, co-founder of MUST HAD, to discuss how we can reduce fashion waste without compromising on style!
WeWhoDo sat down with Jules Buker, co-founder of Treeapp, to discuss how tree-planting is not just about the net-zero race but can empower communities and contribute to climate resilience too!
WeWhoDo sat down with Esther Kim, founder of ConsiderBeyond, to deliver better information on conscious lifestyle brands and products to consumers worldwide.
WeWhoDo sat down with Federico Cristoforoni, CEO of Eutopia, to discuss how this start-up database is bringing more transparency to the green tech world.
Zeelo is a safe bus-sharing company, providing smart transportation services for commuting and school runs. They use data and technology to find, and digitalise, fixed bus routes, targeting areas of high private car usage in order to connect people to places via sustainable transport.
Safe & The City: a personal safety navigation app that is transforming the way we get around the city
WeWhoDo sat down with Jillian Kowalchuk, founder and CEO of Safe & The City, to discuss how this personal safety navigation app is transforming the way we get around the city.
WeWhoDo sat down with Laurence Kemball-Cook to discuss how Pavegen has unlocked the power of kinetic technology to create sustainable environments that work for and are powered by people.