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108.000 trees to celebrate 1 birth

Data / date: 30/03/16 Sem comentarios / No Comments

February 5th,  2016 – The birth of his Royal Highness Halsey, first child of King Jigme Wangchuck and Jetsun Pema Queen was celebrated with the planting of 108.000 saplings of trees. Each household  planted 82,000 trees and volunteers planted over 26,000 trees across the country. In total, 108 thousand saplings. Bhutan is committed to the [...]

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Seals lover river Thames

Data / date: 25/08/15 Sem comentarios / No Comments

The river Thames was able to fully recover from pollution. The Zoological Society of London, (ZSL) has received records of 2732 animals during the last 10 years. Fifty  years ago the Thames was so polluted as the Guanabara Bay in Rio de Janeiro and was declared “biologically extinct” by excess of dirt. Nowadays the sighting [...]

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Paper made with elephant’s poo

Data / date: 07/06/15 Sem comentarios / No Comments

Sri Lank is a small country with a large population of wild Asian elephants. The human population is growing and there is less room for elephants. The animals invade communities and farms in search of food. A large number of elephants are killed not because of their tusks or meat, but because they interfere with [...]

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Imagem Pequeño Editor, Argentina

A book that grow back into a tree

Data / date: 26/05/15 Sem comentarios / No Comments

Books are made with paper that comes from trees. We use many trees to make books and we need to carte  that they continue to exist. Then came the idea of doing a book that can be planted and be tree again. In Argentina, every year 1,500 titles are published and each month  6 million [...]

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Ecovative's Mushroom® Packaging cradle wine shipper

Instead of plastic or polystyrene, mushrooms!

Data / date: 12/05/15 2 Comentarios / Comments

We know that both  plastic and polystyrene are materials that have an enviromental impact. A new solution exists with dare materials made from by-products of agriculture and mushroom fibers or mycelium. The mycelium is a natural glue, self-assembling that works well to absorb the waste and produce waste materials that do not cause harm to [...]

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God news, bee hives in airports!

Data / date: 21/02/15 1 comentario / 1 Comment

The five hives of Montreal- Mirabel International Airport in Quebec are full of eggs! The pilot project of beekeeping is thriving. The colonies are located on back roads in the airport. The idea is perfectly feasible for use of space in areas where buildings are prohibited. The first airport to embrace the activity was Hamburg [...]

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Mysterious fish

Data / date: 03/02/15 1 comentario / 1 Comment

Discovered in 2012 by photographer Yoji Ookata the  puffer fish is a new and mysterious fish’s species. The fish makes geometric designs on the seabed that look like the crop circles, drawings attributed to extraterrestrials. The fish was found in Amami Oshima, a Japanese island. Underwater cameras showed that using only its flapping fin the [...]

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Mochila solar - Schoolbag

Recycled solar schoolbag

Data / date: 11/01/15 3 Comentarios / Comments

A “Repurpose schoolbag” is a 100% recycled schoolbag  with a solar plate that charges up during the day and transforms into a light so that children can study when they get home.They allow children to improve their school performance and complete their homework. Moreover, the schoolbags are made with retro-reflective material that shines and make [...]

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Plenty of Letuce!

Data / date: 18/07/14 3 Comentarios / Comments

Using only 1% of water, if compared to a farm in the countryside, an indoor farm in Japan uses LED lamps and hydroponics system for producing lettuce 2.5 times faster. Thinking of future, growing food in factories makes. a lot of sense with  technology help to build efficient production lines that work as nature to [...]

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Surfists create a perfect eco skate

Data / date: 10/06/14 4 Comentarios / Comments

“Since its beginning , skateboarding, originally  known as sidewalk surfing ”  has been a way for surfers to be stoked between the surf sessions”. (Save Waves, Facebook) And ,  it is not surprising that three surfers friends, Ben Kneppers, David Stover, and Kevin Ahearn had the brilliant idea of ​​creating a skateboard made with fish [...]

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