Category "Initiatives"

20191002-Plastic-04

“In the Anthropocene” is a 10-inch vinyl disc, made from plastic debris found along the coastline of Cornwall.

20. June 2020 | via Tangible Formats | Read more

“In the Anthropocene” is a 10-inch vinyl disc, made from plastic debris found along the coastline of Cornwall.

20. June 2020 | via Tangible Formats | Read more
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A North Berwick-based environmental group has helped a local takeaway reduce its plastic use by providing it with reusable containers.

28. May 2020 | via Eastlothiancourier.com | Read more

A North Berwick-based environmental group has helped a local takeaway reduce its plastic use by providing it with reusable containers.

28. May 2020 | via Eastlothiancourier.com | Read more
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Pieces of rubbish are displayed as artefacts in the Museum of Modern Waste, which Design School Kolding is exhibiting as part of VDF x Ventura Projects.

15. May 2020 | via Dezeen.com | Read more

Pieces of rubbish are displayed as artefacts in the Museum of Modern Waste, which Design School Kolding is exhibiting as part of VDF x Ventura Projects.

15. May 2020 | via Dezeen.com | Read more
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Plastik mithilfe von Enzymen zerlegen und die Bausteine Bakterien schmackhaft machen, damit sie daraus Wertstoffe erzeugen. Ein europäischer Forscherverbund hat ein Konzept für ein biotechnisches Kunststoff-Upcycling entwickelt.

04. May 2020 | via Biooekonomie.de | Read more

Plastik mithilfe von Enzymen zerlegen und die Bausteine Bakterien schmackhaft machen, damit sie daraus Wertstoffe erzeugen. Ein europäischer Forscherverbund hat ein Konzept für ein biotechnisches Kunststoff-Upcycling entwickelt.

04. May 2020 | via Biooekonomie.de | Read more
Afroz Shah

Afroz Shah is a young Indian lawyer from Mumbai whose name is synonymous with the world’s largest beach clean-up project. In 2016, the UN awarded him for their Champions of the Earth Award.

05. March 2020 | via Whatsapp.com | Read more

Afroz Shah is a young Indian lawyer from Mumbai whose name is synonymous with the world’s largest beach clean-up project. In 2016, the UN awarded him for their Champions of the Earth Award.

05. March 2020 | via Whatsapp.com | Read more
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MANOTECA crafts unique pieces of furniture by using parts from abandoned products.

19. December 2019 | via Manoteca.com | Read more

MANOTECA crafts unique pieces of furniture by using parts from abandoned products.

19. December 2019 | via Manoteca.com | Read more
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The company repurposedMATERIALS comes up with creative ways to keep all sorts of unwanted stuff out of landfills.

16. December 2019 | via Fastcompany.com | Read more

The company repurposedMATERIALS comes up with creative ways to keep all sorts of unwanted stuff out of landfills.

16. December 2019 | via Fastcompany.com | Read more
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The Ocean Cleanup’s device — a 2,000-foot long floating tube that skims the surface of the water to catch plastic trash—has returned to shore.

13. December 2019 | via Fastcompany.com | Read more

The Ocean Cleanup’s device — a 2,000-foot long floating tube that skims the surface of the water to catch plastic trash—has returned to shore.

13. December 2019 | via Fastcompany.com | Read more
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Dutch designer Thom Bindels has developed Ecosystem Kickstarter, a honeycomb-shaped cardboard frame that can help small-scale farmers grow crops in degraded soil.

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

Dutch designer Thom Bindels has developed Ecosystem Kickstarter, a honeycomb-shaped cardboard frame that can help small-scale farmers grow crops in degraded soil.

18. 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