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the wind catcher by KiteX — which comes in two versions — works in conjunction with solar panels or separately by generating power in situations when solar power is not enough.

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People are increasingly aware of the harm plastic waste causes to wildlife, and many would avoid buying single-use plastics if they could help it. But are the alternatives to plastic much better?

Let’s look at one example – fizzy drinks. You might assume that plastic bottles are the least green option, but is that always the case?

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Getting your packaging design right is the most obvious way to stand out in a crowded marketplace. But there are many packaging types to choose from. Allow us to walk you through the different types of packaging to help you pick the right one.

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Swiss brand Freitag has created a shop in Zurich, which is a “micro-factory” where customers can help make their own bag out of recycled tarpaulins.

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For their new Essence collection, Swiss watch brand Mondaine emphasizes sustainability. Produced at the brand’s now 80% solar-powered factory in Biberist, Switzerland, the watch incorporates …

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teetering over a rocky cliff edge, this concept by yakusha design imagines an exposed and minimal holiday home for a surfer.

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Inhabitat

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For almost a decade, Heimplanet has offered adventure-seekers an option for quick and easy tent set up in a variety of environments. The company first released a line of inflatable tents in 2011; now, with summer 2020 approaching, Heimplanet is reminding outdoor enthusiasts that there has never been a better time to go camping.

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Contact lens cases, electrical wires and pill packets are among a number of common home goods that have been reimagined in glass by students from Lund University, in a bid to explore the material's potential within a more circular economic system.

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Looking for a better way to enjoy boating? Danish company Rand Boats has unveiled a sleek, minimalist motorboat that runs on an electric motor. See it here.

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With a composting toilet and two water tanks, A Room For Tomorrow aims at minimizing waste, particularly through water recycling. Learn more.

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the beds at the tokyo olympic village will be made of cardboard that organizers say is stronger than wood and can be recycled.

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QWSTION's array of products are versatile carry solutions for everyday use, with an understated look and a low environmental footprint.

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Designer Shaakira Jassat has created the Aquatecture rain-catcher that is slim enough to fit on the outside of buildings in dense urban environments.

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The vibrant tableaus that tested boundaries and brought delight, direct from fashion’s capital cities

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Granbyware is the latest dinnerware collection made entirely from 100% waste materials by English ceramic makers Granby Workshop.

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