Finalist: ECO CHALLENGE 2015

  • allGreenup

    Chile

    allGreenup seeks to change the relationship between the people and the environment by encouraging them to recognize and improve their impact on the planet by adopting eco-friendly routines tracked by a mobile application.

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  • Coco-química

    Guatemala

    Coco Química transforms the coconut husk into paper and other products, resulting into recycled products that are commercially profitable.

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  • Cocumo

    Venezuela

    Cocumo proposes a filter made of coconut husk for vehicle exhaust pipes. This filter is modern, environmentally friendly and contributes to the reduction of greenhouse gases emitted by vehicles.

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  • Consciente Efeito Estufa

    Brazil

    Consciente Efeito Estufa  is an educational software that demonstrates the importance problems arising from global warming through a  3D demonstration of the greenhouse gases’ atoms. The objective of this video game is to serve as a teaching methodology on climate change in school subjects like science, biology and chemistry.

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  • Eco-Carbón

    Venezuela

    Eco-Carbón proposes the production of a charcoal based on coconut husks waste, proving to be a cheaper and more environmentaly friendly product than the classic charcoal.

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  • ECO-tamina

    Colombia

    Eco-Tamina is a game that seeks to generate a change in humanity’s mindset on how we perceive our lifestyle and how our actions have a negative impact on the natural balance of the planet Earth.

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  • ECOnstrucción

    Argentina

    ECOnstrucción proposes an innovative way to massively collect PET post-consumption by incorporating PET bottles in the manufacturing process of raw material for housing contruction.

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  • EVA - Cleaning Water

    Brazil

    Eva Cleaning water a device that treats residential waste, saline or muddy water by accelerating its evaporation and condensation. It is made of recycled plastic and its innovative design doubles the capacity of solar heat absorption.

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  • Jajotopapy Acuaponic

    Paraguay

    Jajotopapy Acuaponic proposes a portable aquaponic farming system. It is built from recycled materials such as PET bottles, coconut husks, and wood pallets.

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  • KAPOKARA

    Ecuador

    KAPOKARA proposes an incentive mechanism for massive collection of PET post-consumption where people can be exchange PET bottles for school supplies. This initiative is linked to the conservation of Guayaquil’s emblematic parrot.

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  • Life Out Of Plastic - L.O.O.P.

    Peru

    L.O.O.P. offers products like bags and hoddies made of PET fiber and locally produced and runs environmental awareness campaigns on the "plastic pollution".

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  • WAPOSAT

    Peru

    WAPOSAT contributes to the control and mitigation of the elements that generate water pollution through a system that provides real-time information on the levels of pollution in rivers and other bodies of water.  

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