What, when & where at the Love Tomorrow Conference

What, when & where at the Love Tomorrow Conference

More than 15 speakers, spread over four themes, five different hosts, a world premier and several surprise acts. Yes, this will be a day jam-packed with amazing experiences. We wholeheartedly invite you to come early, because every minute will be worth it!

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Also: explore these side events & booths!


With the VITO4STARTERS competition, VITO supports young companies that contribute to more sustainability with its technical knowledge, a proof of concept and/or access to infrastructure. Six finalists have been chosen: ClimateCamp, Sisqon, Polyperception, My Grid, GRo2 and Panta Club. They will pitch their idea to the jury, consisting of Bart Swaelens (VITO), Jim Nkolo (startit@KBC) and Ann Van Mele (imec.istart). Watch the ‘shark tank’-like pitches between 14:30 and 16:00 at the entrance of the Freedom Stage. The winner will be announced around 19:30.

Meet the six start-ups:

  • ClimateCamp provides an open carbon infrastructure to share emission data from suppliers to manufacturers and customers.
  • Sisqon produces a biological, biodegradable, water-based glue out of an organic waste stream.
  • Polyperception uses AI and computer vision to provide real-time operational data to waste sorting and recycling facilities.
  • MyGrid provides a unique plug-and-play homebattery and portable battery pack all-in-one attractive device that can be plugged into any standard power outlet.
  • Gro2 is developing a photobioreactor suited for microalgae cultivation on industrial sites while using residual heat.
  • PANTA Club provides a carefree and affordable subscription service of safe and premium urban-bikes for children with a circular business model.

G-STIC Climate Action Programme

The aim of the G-STIC Climate Action Programme is to support developing countries in their fight against climate change.
For the second project call in 2022, the Government of Flanders is providing €15,88 million in subsidies for climate projects in developing countries.
Visit the G-STIC meeting point and discover the 12 approved projects from the 2021 project call. You also get the chance to discuss your questions with the G-STIC team between 14:00 and 15:30.


In collaboration with HNST, we are setting up a recycling booth for your old jeans. A conventional pair of jeans requires on average 3 kg of raw cotton and consequentially, 7000 liters of water. The product with the lowest impact is the one that already exists, that’s why the raw material of HNST jeans is recycled denim. Moreover: part of their production is based in Belgium!
Read more about HNST here.

Interstellar pods

Barbara Belvisi’s Interstellar Lab develops sustainable cultivation solutions on Earth and paves the way towards regenerative life-support in space. The durable and deployable modules of Interstellar Lab will allow advanced food production & water and waste systems to support human life in any environment. Each module can grow 300+ species in a controlled-environment, monitored by their proprietary AI. At the Love Tomorrow Conference, you will be able to see the concept model with your own eyes.


You can collaborate to a better environment yourself. One way to do so is to take a job at Aquafin, one of our partners. Their team of 1100 people is working on cleaning the Flemish rivers and creeks, finding new ways to recuperate rainwater, and much more. You can contribute as a technician, engineer, developer, etc. Go take a look at their amazing water curtain and have a chat about making a (professional) change yourself!

Partners of Tomorrow