Meet the people and the ideas that make a bright and sustainable future come sooner.
A micro-factory that produces clear and clean water is the invention of Swedish impact startup Wayout. Together with Alfa Laval, they are now opening a showroom in Dubai.
Vertical farming is really smart. Grow vegetables year-round with a very low environmental impact. Warp Premium Supporters have visited vertical farming company Ecobloom, to taste the future – literally.
“My hope is that this helps humanity to understand what really creates value and direct our efforts, capital, passion and energy into those things,” says Annu Nieminen. She has created the Upright platform that measures the impact of 15 000 companies.
About half of Swediish EV owners find the number of charging operators with separate apps to be complicated. A problem Eljun intends to solve using a blockchain.
John Ahlberg, a father of three from Gothenburg, wants to make fossil-free energy in the form of small modular reactors a reality in Sweden. And things are moving forward quickly. The first reactor could be in place by 2030.
It's not all about electric power and batteries. Traveling smarter and more efficiently is something we can do already. We've met Jesper Johansson who is an expert in Mobility Management.
Sustainable fashion is a must if we want to care for our planet. One of the companies fighting for a future with sustainable fashion and a circular economy is Storey.
Hamza Qadoumi has always been curious and liked to solve problems. But he also has a strong interest in nature. This led to Ecobloom whose mission is to create tools for smarter cultivation.
Pernilla Westergren changed careers from investment banking to selling dog food made from insects. That reduces the dogs climate paw prints and is also better for their health.