Southwest Airlines’ Project LUV Seat not only upcycles waste leather into shoes & soccer balls, but also provides resources to social enterprises.
Timberland, the footwear maker known for its corporate responsibility, has gotten into the tire business with a product line designed for recycling into shoes.
Can you see the potential in a pile of scrap? RAMP Sports needs your help upcycling a ton of waste material, which could win you new skis or snowboards.
Designers Anna Citelli and Raoul Bretzel’s Capsula Mundi concept makes burial of the dead cleaner and greener by turning a cemetery into a tree nursery fed by decomposing bodies.
Keep your indoor cats happy and healthy with eco-friendly products that they also like. Food, litter, and play all have greener options available.
The Arduino electronics platform allows you take junk you’ve got laying around, and turn it into cool, and often useful, tools and machines.
A lack of tailpipe emissions generally provides the Nissan LEAF with plenty of green cred, but the company hasn’t stopped there: innovative recycled materials are also a part of the package.
Cubify’s forthcoming home 3D printer the Ekocycle Cube bills itself as “green.” Is it, or 3D printing overall, really particularly sustainable?
Enjoy a good hot shower? Take one with worrying about the energy you’re using: the Ecodrain recovers much of the heat in that water running down the drain.
DREAM handmade sandals are a product produced by two social enterprises committed to empowering young Ugandan women & homeless individuals.
The paper towel roll appears in almost every American kitchen; here are some alternatives that don’t create the paper waste of these consumables.
Today, an international effort to transform paper production – the Global Paper Vision – kicks off with a social media event, #WhatsInYourPaper
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