From Consumer-Powered Conservation to Closed Plant Loop Systems

 - Jun 14, 2013
This small list of biodiversity social innovations pays attention to mixing social entrepreneurship with more tradition environmental conservation practices, creating something in between that, impacting both sides, is fresh in its own right.

Others also cut into the realm of food production. For instance, Crazy Jack Organic, which is based in and works in the United Kingdom, is a produce company that attempts to reduce pesticides and other types of harmful fertilizers. In the same vein, Krishi Naturals, which is based in India, attempts to address the problem in a holistic way, that is to say, poverty and farmer suicide also fits into their rubric.

Biodiversity social innovations consider their impact on ecosystems to be a top priority.