Fruit and vegetables, charcoal, coffee grounds (3 measures), tyre rubber, mushrooms, corn, leaves and enzymes …

I’m not sharing the ingredients for a healthy start to the day. These are some of the sustainable materials used by the startups competing for this year’s Green Alley Award.

We announced the Top 20 last Monday.

From tracking carbon emissions to reducing textile waste and extending battery lifecycles, this year’s Award has many great ideas.

If any of these materials or concepts catches your eye, why not dig deeper and review them all on the Green Alley website?

Then, please vote for your favourite startup and help send them straight to the final in Berlin.

Why has Landbell Group organised this award for the last ten years?

This is one of the questions that Karsten Zunke asked me this week. Here is a link to the article.

This is from a LinkedIn post by Jan Patrick Schulz, Landbell Group’s CEO. Check out all his posts here.