Wallonia : A Wallonian cooperative that has set out to create a new vineyard, in respect of the environment and that is cultivated organically in a collaborative and educational manner.
Latin America, Africa and Asia : Since 1994, Alterfin has been investing in developing countries through microfinance institutions and small-scale agricultural producers active in the sustainable agriculture sector.
Charleroi : A cooperative that offers concrete solutions for parents who want to transition towards a more healthy and sustainable diet for their little ones and themselves.
Belgium - Brussels : Combatting waste together! Happy Hours Market is a new kind of distribution network that collects unsold food items in supermarkets and offers them at half the price to individuals and for free to non-profit associations.
Belgium - Brussels : A Brussels-based urban farm that delivers ultra-fresh and nutritious microgreens produced in a circular and ecological manner in the city center.
Belgium : A VUB spin-off that creates eye-catching, re-usable, and easily-installed pop-up structures and stands for a sector marked by a high level of waste, namely the event sector.
Belgium - Ivory Coast : The Belgian chocolatier that produces high quality and organic chocolate all while improving the living conditions of the producers and reducing the impact of production on the environment.
Belgium : Blijf Actief ("Stay Active") designs, consults and manages the execution of home modifications for elderly and disabled people with the aim to enable them to live at home for as long as possible.
Brussels and Wallonia : Little Green Box is a cooperative with a social mission, based in Bousval, that prepares and delivers zero waste meal boxes with ingredients that are 100% organic, local and seasonal.
Brussels : MODS are innovative and eco-friendly wooden modules that are assembled to build temporary or permanent structures for events or development projects.
Belgium - Mons : Since 2016, Les Halles du manège offer a local and organic food distribution model that highlights the region's products, carefully selected and in collaboration with producers.
Brussels : Thinking globally and acting locally, Vidya Ayurveda is a neighbourhood store that offers natural, fair, and alternative products with the aim to improve the health and consumption habits.
Sprimont : Le Pont, a non-profit socio-professional integration organization, offers two types of vocational training for the unemployed: one for baker-pastry cook in their workshop, and one for sales in their bio bakery/grocery shop.
Brussels : Designs, produces and sells a complete range of garments for children through a dynamic and audacious brand. The unisex garments are reversible, ecological (certified GOTS) and are inspired by the Montessori method.
Belgium : A company that creates environmentally conscious offices and meeting spaces for social change organizations.