Disruptive Technologies – What’s Next?

If you are coming up with a green business idea, or if you are growing your existing green business, your task as the founder and visionary is to identify where your target market can benefit from your idea, process, or invention.


Here's an example of an amazingly disruptive technology — in an area where electricity bills are high, the invention of these natural light fixtures — 2-liter bottles with water and bleach, that are embedded into the roof — help provide ample lighting during the day. The cost is just materials, labor and installation, and the savings benefit is immeasurable. Plus they're just cool.


Have a life-changing idea for greening your home, office, neighborhood, or block? Get started on production, identify and sell to customers, and you're on your way.


Monica S. Flores of 10kWebdesign believes in the triple bottom line of people, planet, and profits. She creates effective, engaging websites for women-owned companies, green businesses, and progressive organizations: her focus is on organic, holistic, fair trade, and sustainable work, committed to Drupal development. Follow her on Twitter as @monicadear.

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  • Another area of green business that I think is incredibly important are those companies producing products from existing recycled sources such as t-shirts made from recycled post consumer plastic bottles (A Lot To Say, DirtBall, and Looptworks are a few companies that produce clothes from existing materials). I think this focus on using our existing resources rather continuing to farm virgin materials (such as organic cotton) is an important direction.

    I even recently read about a company that is trying to make surfboards out of plastic that has washed up on beaches. A great idea…

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