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Designer Jordan Korokna uses bamboo’s natural cylinder shape to make a flashlight.

28. April 2020 | via Designswan.com | Read more

Designer Jordan Korokna uses bamboo’s natural cylinder shape to make a flashlight.

28. April 2020 | via Designswan.com | Read more
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Students from the Royal College of Art have made fabrics from plants grown in seawater, providing a potential solution for the currently freshwater-intensive fashion and textile industries.

27. April 2020 | via Dezeen.com | Read more

Students from the Royal College of Art have made fabrics from plants grown in seawater, providing a potential solution for the currently freshwater-intensive fashion and textile industries.

27. April 2020 | via Dezeen.com | Read more
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For the first time patches of floating macroplastics are detectable in optical data acquired by the European Space Agency Sentinel-2 satellites.

25. April 2020 | via Nature.com | Read more

For the first time patches of floating macroplastics are detectable in optical data acquired by the European Space Agency Sentinel-2 satellites.

25. April 2020 | via Nature.com | Read more
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Fraunhofer Institute for Structural Durability and System Reliability LBF developed a novel, bio-based facade insulating material during a two-year project.

24. April 2020 | via Bioplasticsmagazine.com | Read more

Fraunhofer Institute for Structural Durability and System Reliability LBF developed a novel, bio-based facade insulating material during a two-year project.

24. April 2020 | via Bioplasticsmagazine.com | Read more
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Designer Pablo Dorigo uses Alga Carta, a special paper made from algae, to create stamps that tell a story.

23. April 2020 | via Domusweb.it | Read more

Designer Pablo Dorigo uses Alga Carta, a special paper made from algae, to create stamps that tell a story.

23. April 2020 | via Domusweb.it | Read more
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Veronika Bátori, a researcher from Sweden, developed bioplastic materials derived from fruit waste with promising properties.

21. April 2020 | via Plasticfree-world.com | Read more

Veronika Bátori, a researcher from Sweden, developed bioplastic materials derived from fruit waste with promising properties.

21. April 2020 | via Plasticfree-world.com | Read more
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Ein zunehmendes Umweltbewusstsein seitens der Verbraucher führt zu der Erkenntnis, dass die Verpackungsindustrie langfristig nicht als lineares Modell weitergeführt werden kann.

20. April 2020 | via Neue-verpackung.de | Read more

Ein zunehmendes Umweltbewusstsein seitens der Verbraucher führt zu der Erkenntnis, dass die Verpackungsindustrie langfristig nicht als lineares Modell weitergeführt werden kann.

20. April 2020 | via Neue-verpackung.de | Read more
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Thai designer Natchar Sawatdichai's collection of Qualified paper blinds are designed to offer a sustainable alternative to those made from plastics.

18. April 2020 | via Dezeen.com | Read more

Thai designer Natchar Sawatdichai's collection of Qualified paper blinds are designed to offer a sustainable alternative to those made from plastics.

18. April 2020 | via Dezeen.com | Read more
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Polylactic acids, starch blends, cellulose, and other bioplastics achieve significantly higher growth rates than conventional standard plastics made of mineral oils or natural gases.

14. April 2020 | via Bioplasticsmagazine.com | Read more

Polylactic acids, starch blends, cellulose, and other bioplastics achieve significantly higher growth rates than conventional standard plastics made of mineral oils or natural gases.

14. April 2020 | via Bioplasticsmagazine.com | Read more
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It turns out that 75% of jars sold worldwide use the same size lid. For designer Jorre van Ast this simple fact inspired the clever Jar Tops.

13. April 2020 | via Design-4-sustainability.com | Read more

It turns out that 75% of jars sold worldwide use the same size lid. For designer Jorre van Ast this simple fact inspired the clever Jar Tops.

13. April 2020 | via Design-4-sustainability.com | Read more