Could There be an Solution to World Hunger Soon?
Green tech hub works to reduce global poverty.
In Colorado, around 35 different enterprises have moved into the red brick barn known as the Posner Center for International Development while dozens more wait to do the same for the sake of cross-pollination.
The companies all share a goal to reduce poverty and environmental degradation, which is a contributing threat to the stability of the world.
This route of international innovation is set to create opportunities for grown and connection throughout the hub of green-tech believers.
Each company contributes to making life ‘greener’ in one way or another, from Bridges to Prosperity’s construction of 130 bridges over rivers in 16 countries to
Nokero’s solar lights to help farmers see at night without burning kerosene. Kerosene is a greenhouse gas that emits the equivalent to 30 million cars per year.
“There’s more of a chance for me and others here to have a greater impact on the world,” said Dough Vilsack, president of Elephant Energy solar equipment supply.
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