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Nina Purton

Nina Purton is the founder of Eco Writing — a startup providing blog marketing for projects and businesses with sustainability goals. With a background in English literature and a lifelong passion for eco-friendly practices, Nina started her journey with small initiatives which resulted in collaborations with larger projects and businesses. Nina now blends her knack for creativity, research skills, and knowledge to inspire innovative and healthier interactions with the natural environment.

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These 3 Plant-Based Serviceware Brands Are Deliciously Diverting Plastic Waste
These 3 Plant-Based Serviceware Brands Are Deliciously Diverting Plastic Waste

Chemistry, Materials & Packaging / Loliware, Uuvipak and Twiice have created rapidly biodegradable (and even edible) bio-based products that completely upstage their petroleum-based, single-use plastic-polluting counterparts. - 5 months ago

Colombian Toy Company Encourages Circular, Co-Creative Model of Play
Colombian Toy Company Encourages Circular, Co-Creative Model of Play

Waste Not / Toynovo has created a subscription model for toys that eliminates waste, along with a co-creative approach to play that enhances creative thinking and problem-solving capacities. - 7 months ago

2 Biotech Startups Are 3D Printing ‘Fish’ to Give the Ocean a Rest
2 Biotech Startups Are 3D Printing ‘Fish’ to Give the Ocean a Rest

Product, Service & Design Innovation / Mycorena and Revo Foods have combined mycelium-based protein and 3D printing to create a potential win-win for seafood fans and overexploited fish populations. - 9 months ago

3 Material Innovators Using Algae to Paint Greener Picture for Fashion
3 Material Innovators Using Algae to Paint Greener Picture for Fashion

Chemistry, Materials & Packaging / Living Ink, Algaeing and Mounid are changing the game with carbon-negative, fast-to-produce alternatives to carcinogenic, petroleum-based inks, dyes and textiles. - 11 months ago

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Meet 2 Biomaterial Startups Cultivating a Circular, Climate-Friendlier Fashion Industry
Meet 2 Biomaterial Startups Cultivating a Circular, Climate-Friendlier Fashion Industry

Chemistry, Materials & Packaging / Orange Fiber and Keel Labs are platforms for exploration and innovation that can reverberate across the fashion industry and prove that sustainable feedstocks and production processes can create both financial and planetary prosperity. - 1 year ago

Mycelium Materials Poised to Leave Conventional Leather Industry Hanging by a Thread
Mycelium Materials Poised to Leave Conventional Leather Industry Hanging by a Thread

Chemistry, Materials & Packaging / Biotech startups Bolt Threads, Ecovative and Zvnder have discovered how to make the most of mycelium — creating high-quality, sustainable versions of ubiquitous materials such as leather. - 1 year ago

Perfect Day Is Helping Brands Give Cows, and the Planet, a Rest with Animal-Free Dairy
Perfect Day Is Helping Brands Give Cows, and the Planet, a Rest with Animal-Free Dairy

Chemistry, Materials & Packaging / The biotech startup uses microflora to produce whey protein that’s genetically identical to the milk-derived version, without a cow in sight. And it’s poised for massive impacts, thanks to a growing number of brand partnerships. - 1 year ago