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Networks are great opportunities to build up new knowledge, exchange ideas and move things forward with bundled energy. Our networks connect us locally and worldwide with creative minds, initiators, discussion partners, problem solvers and game changers. These are spaces that create the future and the ability to act and help us to sharpen and further develop our self-image as a sustainability entrepreneur. We meet people there who, just like us, believe that this world can become much better than it is at the moment. We present them on this page in random order and thank everyone involved for the inspiring and motivating cooperation!

To address environmental challenges while enabling economic growth, Bertrand Piccard has launched, through the Solar Impulse Foundation, the challenge to select 1000 solutions, that can protect the environment in a profitable way and present them to decision-makers to fast-track their implementation.

In the network called World Alliance, more than 3,000 startups, companies, investors and authorities jointly face the challenges of environmental protection.

Wasser 3.0 PE-X® received the Solar Impulse Efficient Solution Label in January 2021.

Solving the plastics pollution issues and recycling questions of plastics waste are a complex multi-dimensional challenge and require a holistic approach involving all stakeholders from science, economics, society and politics. Technology alone will not solve the problems of the future.

Uplink - an initiative of the World Economic Forum has selcted 10 ground-breaking innovations from around the world to make urgently-needed progress in a number of solution areas – including redesigning products and business models that eliminate the unnecessary use of plastics, developing alternative designs materials, or transforming how we manage, recycle and recover plastic waste.

We are very proud to be part of tackling waters without microplastics and micropollutants.

In Germany, there are no uniform publication requirements for civil society organizations. Transparency helps to make one's own work comprehensible to the public and donors and thus to strengthen trust and credibility.

On Initiative of Transparency International Deutschland e.V., numerous actors from civil society and academia defined ten basic points in 2010 that every civil society organization should make accessible to the public. You can find our (German) information here.

STEM skills are future skills. Only with a strengthening of STEM education and activation of all STEM talents, Germany will become an important innovation and business location remain and can contribute to solving global challenges such as climate change. Children and young people acquire skills in mathematics, computer science, natural sciences and technology and thus give them access to STEM professions are key for more equal opportunities, equality and participation. So that innovations will continue to be in happen in Germany, all potential for STEM specialists must be exploited. this applies especially for girls and young women, who are more attracted to STEM professions than before must.

So that this does not just remain a requirement, we have - over 300 partners from around 260 different institutions from business, education, research and science, media and Politics, we have joined together in the Alliance for Women in STEM Professions. With combined forces we want to make a contribution to empowering girls and women for STEM training, - To interest and encourage study programs and professions as well as young and skilled workers in to support their professional STEM career.

SEND e.V. is Germany's first and largest alliance of innovative social entrepreneurs. Migration, digitalization, climate change, poverty, education and much more - Germany and the world are facing huge social and environmental challenges. Yet current politics and classic business are not addressing these problems with due vigor. There is a lack of ideas on how to reconcile economic, social and ecological goals.

Together with partners from business, charity and civil society, SEND advocates better framework conditions for social entrepreneurs to achieve this harmony. Over 600 social businesses are part of SEND.

The GreenTech Alliance brings together green technology businesses, that fight climate change with their products and services in the most responsible and respectful to our planet manner, to support them with advice about funding, impact, visibility and strategy with the help of top VCs, journalists, advisors and entrepreneurs.

The Alliance believes that businesses are major contributors to climate change, and are therefore in a position of significant responsibility for damage done to the planet. However, businesses are also sites for accelerated innovation in technologies, practices and ideas. This means that business has the potential to create positive impact and sustainable development for many stakeholders, and the planet itself.

Heroes of the Sea is a free (English) database accessible to all, with the great goal and concern of making the many small and large initiatives working and fighting for the protection, preservation and recovery of our oceans and its inhabitants visible .

"The increasingly dramatic health of our oceans is a well-known problem in our society that we urgently need to address," says York Horvest, a Hero of the Seas. "That's why we're calling attention to those who are working unconditionally to protect our oceans and offering solutions on how we can all get involved."

Catalyst 2030 is a global network movement of social entrepreneurs and social innovators from all sectors who share the common goal of developing innovative, people-centered approaches to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) by 2030. Here, new ways are sought and pursued to work with communities, governments, businesses, and others to transform existing systems at all levels through collective action and bold, new strategies in the spirit of the SDGs.


The Futures Project (TFP) is an international nonprofit organization that aims to change perspectives on innovation, technology, and the future. Building on the UN2030 Agenda and Sustainable Development Goals, TFP works for a future where values and the real needs of people and the environment drive social and technological innovation.

TFP brings people together across borders and sectors to create shared visions for the future and promotes the actions and innovations that bring those visions to life. The ultimate goal is to create a global community of forward-thinking changemakers. We are excited to be included in their accelerator program and will report on progress in our blog.

Ubuntoo is a global environmental solutions platform promoting sustainable economic growth. Ubuntoo helps scale environmental solutions and innovations in the areas of plastics, packaging, food, and fashion.

The Ubuntoo community includes innovators, academics, scientists, and corporate professionals from over 150 countries. Ubuntoo has the overall goal to make eco-friendly business a reality.

ISC3 is a new international network that promotes and develops worldwide sustainable chemistry solutions . Chemistry is facing the biggest challenge in its history: it needs to fundamentally reinvent itself to make progress towards sustainable chemistry and a circular economy . This implies new business opportunities, jobs and an important contribution to achieving the UN Sustainable Development Goals.

ISC3 sees itself as a global institution, multi-stakeholder platform and think tank.

The focus of Globally Great is on the three main pillars of environmental, economic and social sustainability. Globally Great is a video platform that aims to share entertaining stories about sustainability and showcase effective solutions on a global scale. Find our story here.

GlobalWaterWorks works with industry researchers and technologists to build and curate business cases. Another area of activity is engagement and training programs to help companies understand and evaluate smart water solutions.

GlobalWaterWorks conducts roundtables and "Integrate" sessions, connecting those seeking solutions with experts to share knowledge and experience that can increase the success of commercial or industrial water-saving and water-conserving solutions.