Winners & Finalists
Here is the hall of fame of Green Alley Award winners.
Get inspired by these outstanding and world changing ideas for a more sustainable future!
Green Alley Award Winner 2017
In 2014, over 160 kilograms of packaging waste was generated per inhabitant in the EU, most of which was plastic. As an alternative, the Finnish startup Sulapac has invented premium eco-packaging, which is 100% biodegradable, made from wood and natural adhesives.
Finalists: Sustonable, Mimergy, Solmove, Sulfotools, Newcy
Green Alley Award Winner 2016
There is no escaping air pollution which is why the German startup Green City Solutions invented CityTree, a solar powered installation consisting of moss cultures that filters the air in cities.
Finalists: Glowee, Mimica (former Design by Sol), Das TiffinProjekt, restado, ResQ Club
Green Alley Award Winner 2015
5,000,000 tons of waste per year are generated from plasterboard offcuts, a toxic waste which is tricky to recycle, so Adaptavate from the UK developed Breathaboard, an eco-friendly alternative to plasterboard. Tom and Alberto’s paneling is not only made of 75 percent agricultural waste, it also regulates moisture.
Finalists: Infarm, binee, Entocycle, Votechnik, Solstrøm
Green Alley Award Winner 2014
RePack from Helsinki reduces packaging waste in e-commerce by creating a multipath system for reusable packaging. FoodLoop from Cologne uses a mobile app to tackle the vast amount of food waste – 550,000 tons annually in Germany. GreenLab Berlin recycles the waste from cocoa production into a vegan and organic fertilizer.
Finalists: Pandacup, kaputt.de, Original Unverpackt