Success Stories

Gain inspiration from organisations who have already gone green.

World Vision — Empowering People out of Poverty

World Vision is an international partnership of Christians whose mission is to follow the Lord and Savior Jesus Christ in working with the poor and oppressed to promote human transformation, seek justice, and bear witness to the good news of the Kingdom of God. The organization pursues this mission through integrated, holistic commitment to: Transformational development that is community-based and …

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Sativa — Bio Begins with the Seeds

Sativa Rheinau was founded in 1999 to guarantee a supply of organic seed. Sativa’s main vegetable seed customers are home gardeners, and they work closely with Pro Specie Rara (PSR) to distribute heirloom Swiss varieties. Sativa works with more then 70 seeds enterprises in Switzerland, France, Germany and Italy. Sativa is proud to be one of the seven collaborating companies within the Fintan project.

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Arche Noah — Preserving and Developing the Diversity of Cultivated Plants

The Arche Noah Seed Bank is one of Europe’s biggest private collections of cultivated plants, maintaining over 6,000 varieties of rare vegetables and grains – many of them are not found anywhere else. Hundreds of members of Arche Noah act as private “seed savers” by cultivating endangered varieties in their home gardens and taking permanent care of them. They provide …

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Kokopelli — Pour la Libération de la Semence et de l’Humus

Kokopelli is a non-profit association founded in 1999 by Dominique and Sofy Guillet. The association’s activists work for the liberation of seeds and humus, and the protection of food biodiversity. They bring together all those who wish to preserve the right to freely sow vegetable and cereal seeds. Kokopelli is represented in Belgium, Switzerland, Costa Rica, and Brazil.

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