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Postcode Lottery Green Challenge Finalist

Amsterdam, 17 September 2012 – Molly Morse of the United States, Daan Weddepohl of the  Netherlands and Nick Gerritsen of New Zealand will travel to New York for Sunday’s Postcode Lottery Green Challenge 2012 final, the jury announced at the PICNIC Festival 2012. The three startup entrepreneurs will vie for a €500,000 prize that will help the winner bring his or her CO2-reducing business plan to market. See the Postcode Lottery Green Challenge video here. At this year’s final, the first to take place in New York, the jury will announce the winner of the €500,000 grand prize at a special dinner organised by the Dutch Postcode Lottery in conjunction with the Clinton Global Initiative’s annual meeting. The other two finalists will receive €100,000 each to realise their CO2-reducing business plans....

Mango Materials Featured In Silicon Valley Business Journal

Mango Materials was featured by the Silicon Valley Business Journal The business: Mango Materials Inc. produces biodegradable plastics from waste biogas (methane) at a competitive price versus oil-based plastics. Mango Materials produces its plastic (polyhydroxyalkanoate) in powder form that is converted into a variety of plastic products such as children’s toys, electronic casings, water bottles and food packaging containers. Building on patented research from Stanford University, Mango Materials uses waste biogas that would otherwise enter the atmosphere from landfills, agricultural facilities and wastewater treatment plants. Read the full story here – Mango Materials Changes Waste Gas Into...