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primarily concerned with the conservation of resources, not simply the rearrangement of them.

other interests: corporate sustainability initiatives (and their realizations), popular accessibility of green technology, fighting poverty & social injustice with sustainability.

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Brighter Planet's 350 Challenge
15 May 13

Turning soda cans into solar heating panels (by anitha goud)

If this could scale, it would be awesome.

14 August 12
6 July 10

Reblogged: landscapearchitecture

5 May 10
Sustainable Living Pavilion | ecofriend.org

The Living Pavilion is a low-tech, zero-impact structure that makes use of reclaimed milk crates as a framework where a green wall can be grown. The pavilion’s construction has been kept simple and modular. Relying on commonly available materials for assembly, the pavilion will provide a shaded area away from direct heat, which will be kept cool by the evaporation from its planted surface.

via urbangreens: blog-architecture

Sustainable Living Pavilion | ecofriend.org

The Living Pavilion is a low-tech, zero-impact structure that makes use of reclaimed milk crates as a framework where a green wall can be grown. The pavilion’s construction has been kept simple and modular. Relying on commonly available materials for assembly, the pavilion will provide a shaded area away from direct heat, which will be kept cool by the evaporation from its planted surface.

via urbangreens: blog-architecture

Reblogged: urbangreens

19 March 10

Reblogged: seashelllz

Tags: oil reuse
22 February 10

Rethink hanger turns two ordinary plastic beverage bottles into a unique clothes hanger

Not only does this put the disposable bottles to good use, it also hangs the shirts in better shape than a thin hanger.
from rethinkconcepts via noquedanblogs
via applearts: szymon

Rethink hanger turns two ordinary plastic beverage bottles into a unique clothes hanger

Not only does this put the disposable bottles to good use, it also hangs the shirts in better shape than a thin hanger.

from rethinkconcepts via noquedanblogs

via applearts: szymon

Reblogged: applearts

12 February 10


Ekokook: The Kitchen of the Future That Produces, Prepares and Disposes (from Treehugger)


"Kitchens today are designed around bringing stuff in from the store and throwing out what we don’t eat. The Ekokook from Faltazi Lab, which ‘turns everyday waste into a new reusable source of energy, where each drop of water that fell on the roof or came from a tap should be used to the maximum instead of going straight down the drain.’”
via vermicompost: ninaprettyballerina

Ekokook: The Kitchen of the Future That Produces, Prepares and Disposes (from Treehugger)

"Kitchens today are designed around bringing stuff in from the store and throwing out what we don’t eat. The Ekokook from Faltazi Lab, which ‘turns everyday waste into a new reusable source of energy, where each drop of water that fell on the roof or came from a tap should be used to the maximum instead of going straight down the drain.’”

via vermicompost: ninaprettyballerina

Reblogged: vermicompost

1 February 10

Reblogged: landscapelifescape

13 August 09
Shower Uses Waste Water to Grow Plants and Recycles the Rest - Neatorama


Using a natural filtering principle called phyto-purification, the bathroom becomes a mini-eco-system by recycling and regenerating the wastewater. The water from the shower and the washbasin is filtered through an organic system before being re-used. Phyto-purification is a natural water-recycling process which is commonly used in ecological purification systems.




via urbendisaster: poobah: think4yourself

Shower Uses Waste Water to Grow Plants and Recycles the Rest - Neatorama

Using a natural filtering principle called phyto-purification, the bathroom becomes a mini-eco-system by recycling and regenerating the wastewater. The water from the shower and the washbasin is filtered through an organic system before being re-used. Phyto-purification is a natural water-recycling process which is commonly used in ecological purification systems.

via urbendisaster: poobah: think4yourself

Reblogged: urbendisaster

5 August 09
9 March 09
16 February 09
joelaz:

Corner Forest
A toilet paper roll made beautiful by Yuken Teruya.

joelaz:

Corner Forest

A toilet paper roll made beautiful by Yuken Teruya.

Reblogged: joelaz

11 February 09
6 February 09

Reblogged: davereed

4 February 09
Themed by Hunson. Originally by Josh