Startup To Develop New Printed Plant-Based Eco-Villages

Image Credit: Green Campus

Green Campus has announced their plans to develop ecological villages by using 3D printers and newly developed biomaterials. 

The startup aims to create ‘Green Camps' which will provide plant-based accommodations in nature. 

But to do that the company needed to raise USD 80.000 to achieve their target. They've run a couple of crowdfunding campaigns and currently have raised more than USD 10.000

From their statement, they say that “Green Campus”  is about working out and celebrating the kindest ways to provide for all of our needs by having a regenerative effect on consciousness, community, environment, and circular economies. 

All donations are matched rewards. The first 500 donations to exceed USD 30 will be rewarded with one night's stay at any of the plant-based eco-villages. This will also create a free membership profile that will store your nights as a ‘contribution'.

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