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Construction of the first hemp house in WA has just been completed, sparking calls to build a local processing plant so local farmers can supply the building industry.

11. February 2019 | via Abc.net.au | Read more

Construction of the first hemp house in WA has just been completed, sparking calls to build a local processing plant so local farmers can supply the building industry.

11. February 2019 | via Abc.net.au | Read more
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‘Recycling is for drunks, addicts and babushkas’ – inside Russia’s mafia-dominated waste industry.

09. February 2019 | via Theconversation.com | Read more

‘Recycling is for drunks, addicts and babushkas’ – inside Russia’s mafia-dominated waste industry.

09. February 2019 | via Theconversation.com | Read more
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Italian designer Emma Sicher has combined food waste with bacteria and yeasts to create disposable packaging, in a bid to provide a sustainable alternative to plastic.

08. February 2019 | via Dezeen.com | Read more

Italian designer Emma Sicher has combined food waste with bacteria and yeasts to create disposable packaging, in a bid to provide a sustainable alternative to plastic.

08. February 2019 | via Dezeen.com | Read more
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Thermopapier enthält den hormonellen Desintegrator Bisphenol A, ist nicht recycelbar und stark kontaminierend.

07. February 2019 | via Umweltbundesamt.de | Read more

Thermopapier enthält den hormonellen Desintegrator Bisphenol A, ist nicht recycelbar und stark kontaminierend.

07. February 2019 | via Umweltbundesamt.de | Read more
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The world is awash in pollution from plastic packaging. However, some people are working hard to develop alternatives. Indonesia-based Evoware makes food packaging out of an unexpected material.

05. February 2019 | via Inhabitat.com | Read more

The world is awash in pollution from plastic packaging. However, some people are working hard to develop alternatives. Indonesia-based Evoware makes food packaging out of an unexpected material.

05. February 2019 | via Inhabitat.com | Read more
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In Bali students attend a class inside a huge bamboo and straw hut. The Green School provides all its own energy and gives every class its own rice paddy.

04. February 2019 | Read more

In Bali students attend a class inside a huge bamboo and straw hut. The Green School provides all its own energy and gives every class its own rice paddy.

04. February 2019 | Read more
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Loncell is a technology that turns used textiles, pulp or even old newspapers into new textile fibers sustainably and without harmful chemicals.

02. February 2019 | via Aalto.fi | Read more

Loncell is a technology that turns used textiles, pulp or even old newspapers into new textile fibers sustainably and without harmful chemicals.

02. February 2019 | via Aalto.fi | Read more
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CocoPallet is a sustainable, affordable, bio-based and biodegradable, 100% wood-free alternative to traditional export pallets — made from coconut waste!

01. February 2019 | via Brightvibes.com | Read more

CocoPallet is a sustainable, affordable, bio-based and biodegradable, 100% wood-free alternative to traditional export pallets — made from coconut waste!

01. February 2019 | via Brightvibes.com | Read more
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After twelve years of research, in 1941 Henry Ford presented a groundbreaking invention: his hemp fuelled and cellulose-plastic prototype car.

31. January 2019 | via Verymagazine.org | Read more

After twelve years of research, in 1941 Henry Ford presented a groundbreaking invention: his hemp fuelled and cellulose-plastic prototype car.

31. January 2019 | via Verymagazine.org | Read more
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Paper-based electronics could fold, biodegrade and be the basis for the next generation of devices.

29. January 2019 | via Theconversation.com | Read more

Paper-based electronics could fold, biodegrade and be the basis for the next generation of devices.

29. January 2019 | via Theconversation.com | Read more