Many big companies are exploring ways to be more sustainable. Some businesses like LEGO and Bandai Spirits are or will be using plastic alternatives while others developed sustainable paper material or turning plastic waste into useful building materials.
Traveling in electric vehicles give you a peace of mind that you are not harming the environment (kind of cos’ there’s question of the electricity is generated). But what about when buy toys? Well, soon, you too, can have a peace of mind playing with LEGO.
Sustainability (i.e. slowing the destruction of Earth) is many big corporate’ priority. Sony is no different. However, unlike Apple that removed the charger from its iPhone 12 in the name of environment, Sony have developed a sustainable paper material the company refers to as “Original Blend Material”.
The concept of composting is not new and as much as some people would love to get onboard the composting movement, not everyone is ready, or have a backyard for a tent-size composter, or space for a trashcan size composter. This is where we think the ReGreen Tiny Compost Machine by designer Shihcheng Chen may …
In a news of hope for the environment, a start up in Nairobi, Kenya, has been turning plastic waste into alternative building materials. Founded by materials engineer and entrepreneur Nzambi Matee, Gjenge Makers makes paving bricks of variety of colors out of plastic waste.
Here’s a piece of good news for the environment with regards to plastic and toys. Plastic, while versatile, is detrimental to the environment both during the production process and at their end of lifecycle. LEGO has taken steps by introducing plant-based plastic. Now, Bandai Spirits, in collaboration with TBM, is moving in the same direction.
Tesla Solar Roof is enticing, but it is not cheap and it is permanent, which means homes in hurricane prone area will not want their roof laid with tens of thousands worth of solar panels. This is where Netherlands-based startup Supersola plug & play solar panels comes in.
Wind. It is nature’s gift for humans, so we could harness it to generate electricity without suffocating her (and ourselves). But do you know, wind could also a source of power for cars too? And no, we are not talking about cars with sails. It is more like a windmill on wheels.
This is a birdbox by maker Hans Forsberg. This bird box has nothing to do with Netflix’s and it is way more cooler than not McDonald’s. Using his knowledge on robotics on industrial applications for artificial intelligence, Fosberg made a bird feeder that will reward his backyard magpies with food whenever the birds deposit a …
The truth is, you are not a truly ‘green’ person even if you practice reuse, reduce and recycle diligently because of food waste. Thankfully, you can do something about food waste and that’s by composting.