The Rozalia Project’s Cora Ball works in any washing machine by catching plastic microfibers so they can’t flow out with the drain water.
Through Cool Effect, individuals have the ability to directly fund the world’s best projects that verifiably reduce carbon pollution from the atmosphere as measured in metric tonnes of CO2 emission reductions. The new platform will not only enable personal impact at a click of a button, but will show the collective effect highlighting the community of supporters and progression of funding…
Dear EarthTalk: How are environmentalists and environmental groups using crowdfunding to get their projects off the ground? —Sean Jackson, Baltimore, MD Crowdfunding relies on the collective effort of a large amount of individuals making online contributions to allow a project or venture to happen. ArtistShare, […]