Award Winning Maker of Biobased Baby Toys and Consumer Products Selected for Plug and Play Fall 2018 Accelerator

AWARD WINNING MAKER OF BIOBASED BABY TOYS AND CONSUMER PRODUCTS SELECTED FOR PLUG AND PLAY FALL 2018 ACCELERATOR We’re pleased to share that our partner, Bioserie (a Hong Kong-based maker of sustainable and petrochemical-free bioplastics technology) is participating in the exclusive global Plug and Play innovation network this fall as one of 18 startups from around the world focused on innovating new materials and packaging. Bioserie has the potential to revolutionize the industry with its uniquely sustainable products and dynamic, purposeful vision of creating useful and playful products that help the planet. We are proud to work with the team at Bioserie to develop technology to reduce a carbon footprint. Bioserie products go beyond recycling, Read Full Blog Post >

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Earth Day 2018: Ending Plastic Pollution

Sunday, April 22, is Earth Day This year’s theme is “End Plastic Pollution“. Read more here from EarthDay.org > The threat of plastic pollution has never been so alarming. With recent research proving the existence of plastic particles in our food chain; and reports showing massive islands of plastic forming in the Caribbean and in the Pacific Ocean (as recent examples), we have come to a new realization of the environmental damages we continue to cause. Reversing this damage is difficult and will take a long time. Fundamental changes have to be implemented which require comprehensive education and action from ordinary citizens and governments. Extensive research & development, funding, and partnerships Read Full Blog Post >

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These Bold Ideas Aim To Make Plastic Waste A Thing Of The Past

ABOUT THE AUTHOR Ben Schiller is a New York staff writer for Fast Company. Previously, he edited a European management magazine and was a reporter in San Francisco, Prague, and Brussels. More Full Cycle Bioplastics is currently working with the Disruptive Factory The winners of a recent contest hosted by the Ellen MacArthur Foundation all start with one fundamental concept: We can–and must–replace non-recyclable materials on the market with biodegradable alternatives. When the Ellen MacArthur Foundation launched its New Plastics Economy initiative two years ago, it made a dark, headline-grabbing prediction. It said if nothing is done to arrest the rate at which plastic is entering the oceans, those oceans Read Full Blog Post >

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