The Live Eco Remake Design Challenge is now open for registration.
A new Marks & Spencer store in Britain is going green in a big way!
This Saturday, 29th March, at 8:30pm marks the world’s 8th annual Earth Hour campaign. Earth Hour is a worldwide grassroots movement uniting people to protect the planet, and is organised by WWF. Engaging a massive mainstream community on a broad range of environmental issues, Earth Hour was famously started as a lights-off event in Sydney, Australia in 2007.
This is upcycling at its best! A Kenyan company, Ocean Sole, has found a way to make use of flip-flops that get left on beaches in a way that prevents waste while making something beautiful.
By now you will definitely have heard of the NekNominate craze that has been happening on social media. How it works is that it’s essentially a drinking game. You take a video of yourself downing a beer and then you nominate someone else to continue the game, daring them to be more extreme.
If we don’t care about our oceans, we will wind up hurting ourselves more than we can imagine. The World Ocean Summit, a three-day event starting on the 24th February, tackles important ocean issues that affect us all.
We purchase gadgets and then throw them out within the year when we upgrade to the latest models. We might not really spare a thought that all our disposed units are contributing to e-waste.
Innovative new labels make recycling easier for customers In an industry first, Woolworths has initiated and introduced a new on-pack recycling labels (OPRL), intended…
Sharks are often misunderstood. In media they are sometimes deemed as the killers of the ocean, if you think of classic horror movies like Jaws. However, there are some little known facts about sharks that might just change your mind about these amazing creatures.
Before you swat that buzzing bee away, read on to discover the many dangers a world without bees could pose.