Innovation for sustainability

Innovation for sustainability

“Nature is not a place to visit. It is home.” Gary Snyder



Sustainability focuses on meeting the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their needs. The concept of sustainability is composed of three pillars: economic, environmental, and social.


Linear VS Circular

A circular economy is fundamentally different from a linear economy. To put it simply, in a linear economy, we mine raw materials that we process into a product that is thrown away after use. In a circular economy, we close the cycles of all these raw materials.


Environmental cost

Environmental cost. This is the name given to the economic value assigned to the negative effects of a productive activity for society.


Green Education

Green education teaches that sustainable methods of production and having a connection and understanding of the environment is essential to coping with the environmental challenges and shaping the attitudes and behaviors of the future generations.

Transform knowledge into action


No poverty

Zero Hunger

Good Health & Global Education

Circular Economy & Peace

Circular Economy


Ecological industry

“Functionality” economy & Valorization

3 R´s

Environmental cost

Climate cost

Social Cost

Economic Cost

Opportunity cost

Green Education

Awareness & Sensitivity

Knowledge & Understanding

Concern & Motivation

Identify & Resolve

Lead the new wave

“Climate change is as real as life itself” Juan Verde