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Asheville,, NC Heart of Waraba Shares Stories of Sustainable Entrepreneurs

Last updated Monday, November 1, 2021 07:00 ET , Source: Heart of Waraba

Featuring Inspiring Stories about Entrepreneurs and their Sustainable Businesses that Make Eco-Friendly Products

Asheville,, NC , 11/01/2021 / SubmitMyPR /

The Heart of Waraba has begun its third season of sharing stories of sustainable entrepreneurs from across the planet. Stories range from two friends in Mexico who launched a company to make sustainable leather from cactus to an eco-hotel developer on an ancient isle in the Nile River in Egypt. One story recounts a sustainable entrepreneur from Portugal who started his company, The Rotten Fruit Box, to dry waste fruit giving local farmers additional markets and reducing food waste, a significant contributor to climate change.

Heart of Waraba Begins Third Season of Stories of Pride
Heart of Waraba - Stories of Pride

Sustainable entrepreneurs are innovators and the vanguard for creating a healthy planet, and the stories are researched and written up by college intern-writers.

Heart of Waraba director, Sally Beth Shore, says “We think that these stories are especially impactful because they are being identified, researched, and written by college students, a generation that is especially being impacted by not only by the pandemic corona virus, but an epidemic of despair in the face of global warming. By shining a light on the work of innovators all over the planet, we show that people can and are making a difference, and hope to encourage others.

You can read more about the stories of pride here: https://heartofwaraba.com/stories-of-pride-blog/

The Heart of Waraba’s purpose is to promote hope and solutions in the face of our environmental challenges and encourage business as a force to create a healthy planet.

Her husband Michael Shore, co-director of the nonprofit, adds, “Sustainable entrepreneurs are a growing economic force in the campaign to create a healthy planet. We need to cultivate hope to help humanity to rise to the challenge of climate change, and you can’t read the Heart of Waraba stories with feeling a sense of hope.”

Waraba means “Lion” in the West African language of Bambara, and Sally Beth and Michael chose the lion as the emblem for the nonprofit because it takes courage to be an entrepreneur.

To learn more visit https://heartofwaraba.com/

About Heart of Waraba

The Heart of Waraba is an online community committed to sharing the stories of sustainable entrepreneurs from around the globe. We offer inspiration, hope, and connection with one bold mission: to fiercely support sustainable entrepreneurs in their efforts to create great companies and a healthy planet. Listen to the Heart of Waraba podcast.



Sally Beth Shore - Heart of Waraba

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Website: https://heartofwaraba.com/

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