With China having the highest number of cars on the road in the world, estimated at 500 million vehicles, a simple and effective public art project ha...
I was thinking that an interesting article would be about enviromental art and how it creates awareness about the enviroment. This article talks about a very cool art piece that I found really intriging.
I received a box of tissue in the mail last week, which would seem an odd thing to receive, but as someone who writes about “green” technology and product trends, I get a lot of unsolicited and strange stuff. This particular package came from Cascades, the Quebec paper products manufacturer. It was tissue that is unbleached, 100 per cent recycled, and manufactured with wind power offsets. The tissue looks strange, mind you, but surprisingly it’s pretty soft on the schnoz.
MyBroadband Microsoft turns to solar-power and white space for South Africa's cheapest ... ZDNet (blog) Adam Oxford. By Adam Oxford for African Enterprise | July 27, 2013 -- 10:01 GMT (03:01 PDT). Follow @adamoxford.
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