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Global plastic consumption is gargantuan. It needs to be discussed in terms of hundreds of years and billions of tons. But to most, those digits don't mean anything.

11. November 2019 | via qz.com | Read more

Global plastic consumption is gargantuan. It needs to be discussed in terms of hundreds of years and billions of tons. But to most, those digits don't mean anything.

11. November 2019 | via qz.com | Read more
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A series of 100% organic products and furniture made from earth and natural fibers by tel-aviv-based designer Adital Ela.

09. November 2019 | via Designboom.com | Read more

A series of 100% organic products and furniture made from earth and natural fibers by tel-aviv-based designer Adital Ela.

09. November 2019 | via Designboom.com | Read more
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Human urine has been used to create environmentally friendly bricks by university students in South Africa.

08. November 2019 | via Nbcnews.com | Read more

Human urine has been used to create environmentally friendly bricks by university students in South Africa.

08. November 2019 | via Nbcnews.com | Read more
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Besides textiles and cosmetics, QMILK also produces a 100% organic plastic which is completely biodegradable, naturally antibacterial and offers excellent dermatological properties.

07. November 2019 | via Qmilkfiber.eu | Read more

Besides textiles and cosmetics, QMILK also produces a 100% organic plastic which is completely biodegradable, naturally antibacterial and offers excellent dermatological properties.

07. November 2019 | via Qmilkfiber.eu | Read more
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Neri Oxman's Mediated Matter Group has digitally designed and robotically fabricated a structure using the molecular components found in tree branches, insect exoskeletons and human bones.

05. November 2019 | via Dezeen.com | Read more

Neri Oxman's Mediated Matter Group has digitally designed and robotically fabricated a structure using the molecular components found in tree branches, insect exoskeletons and human bones.

05. November 2019 | via Dezeen.com | Read more
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The Ocean Cleanup ‘Interceptor’ Aims to Extract up to 50,000 kg of Plastic Waste Per Day from Rivers Around the World.

04. November 2019 | via Environmentalleader.com | Read more

The Ocean Cleanup ‘Interceptor’ Aims to Extract up to 50,000 kg of Plastic Waste Per Day from Rivers Around the World.

04. November 2019 | via Environmentalleader.com | Read more
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Developed in 2007 by Ecovative Design, Mycofoam is made from mycelium and is a high performing packaging solution, cost competitive with conventional foams, and 100% home compostable.

02. November 2019 | via Medium.com | Read more

Developed in 2007 by Ecovative Design, Mycofoam is made from mycelium and is a high performing packaging solution, cost competitive with conventional foams, and 100% home compostable.

02. November 2019 | via Medium.com | Read more
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Rotterdam-based research & design studio the new raw has further expanded its ‘print your city’ initiative with the zero waste lab in thessaloniki, greece.

01. November 2019 | via Designboom.com | Read more

Rotterdam-based research & design studio the new raw has further expanded its ‘print your city’ initiative with the zero waste lab in thessaloniki, greece.

01. November 2019 | via Designboom.com | Read more
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‘Cheer Project’ is a research into pine needles in which this abundant and unwanted material is developed into a 100% bio-based and biodegradable composite material.

31. Oktober 2019 | via Gauravmkwali.com | Read more

‘Cheer Project’ is a research into pine needles in which this abundant and unwanted material is developed into a 100% bio-based and biodegradable composite material.

31. Oktober 2019 | via Gauravmkwali.com | Read more
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Designers' efforts to reduce the environmental impact of their products are being hampered by confusion over terminology and rampant greenwashing, writes Marcus Fairs, editor-in-chief of Dezeen.

29. Oktober 2019 | via Dezeen.com | Read more

Designers' efforts to reduce the environmental impact of their products are being hampered by confusion over terminology and rampant greenwashing, writes Marcus Fairs, editor-in-chief of Dezeen.

29. Oktober 2019 | via Dezeen.com | Read more