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Fabric made from water could be the ultimate sustainable material

Fabric made from water could be the ultimate sustainable material (TreeHugger)

A team of architects and chemists put their minds together on how to mimic spider silk. They came up with a double win.

To demonstrate the material's properties, Silva-Dawson created a series of vessels using compression moulding – a technique used to form many plastic products

Tessa Silva-Dawson uses milk as substitute for plastic

Royal College of Art graduate Tessa Silva-Dawson has used cow's milk to create a natural alternative to plastic

Flint residents are still fighting for their lives. http://grist.org/briefly/flint-residents-are-still-fighting-for-their-lives/?utm_campaign=crowdfire&utm_content=crowdfire&utm_medium=social&utm_source=pinterest

Flint residents are still fighting for their lives.

Michigan Government Fights Judge's Ruling to Deliver Water to Residents in Need, Calling it an 'Unnecessary Burden'

Watchdog group calls for less processed meats in school cafeterias | Guardian Sustainable Business | The Guardian

Watchdog group calls for less processed meats in school cafeterias

Watchdog group calls for less processed meats in school cafeterias | Guardian Sustainable Business | The Guardian

Why A Man Who Hates Plastic Water Bottles Is Making Plastic Water Bottles | Co.Design | business + design

Why A Man Who Hates Plastic Water Bottles Is Making Plastic Water Bottles

Why A Man Who Hates Plastic Water Bottles Is Making Plastic Water Bottles | Co.Design | business + design

Photo: Gene Stull The following is a conversation between Dave Pollard, one of the core members of the nonprofit collective that produced the Group Works deck, and sharing and political activist Paxus Calta. They discuss what these pattern languages are, why they’re important, and how they’re being used. Why are most meetings, conferences and other deliberative processes so bad?

The Power of Pattern Languages: a Q&A with Dave Pollard

Circular economy could bring 70 percent cut in carbon emissions by 2030

Circular economy could bring 70 percent cut in carbon emissions by 2030

The circular economy offers opportunities to boost jobs and tackle climate change, according to study on Sweden by The Club of Rome

Sustainable Food Pathway Tips

Source: www.themindunleashed.org | Original Post Date: June 21, 2015 -    Globalization is the emergence of bodies that organize, operate and economize on an international scale. It arguably originated to a small degree millennia ago, however since the 19th Century, and particularly over the pas

Taking The Power Back To Create Happy And Sustainable Communities

waterbank campus by PITCHAfrica & zeitz foundation harvests precious rainwater in kenya

Image 1 of 12 from gallery of PITCHAfrica Creates Water-Harvesting Campus and Stadium for Communities In Need. Waterbank Stadium under construction, photo credit: A. Image Courtesy of PITCHAfrica

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