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お気に入りのInstagram写真をコースターにしてくれる『Coastermatic』

お気に入りのInstagram写真をコースターにしてくれる『Coastermatic』 | whatweneedtoday | Scoop.it
Instagram関連のビジネスが続くのだが、まぁ、良いか。 Coastermaticはあなたのお気に入りのInstagram写真をコースターにして販売してくれるようだ。 コースターは砂岩でしっかりと作られているので長く使えて良いだろう。 Instagram的な人はMacBook Air+iPhone+コーヒーなイメージがあるので(でもない?)、コースターという商品はGood Matchなのではなかろうか。 日本でも売れそうですな。 Coastermatic https://coastermatic.com/...
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Environmental Education & Our Planet [Infographic]

Environmental Education & Our Planet [Infographic] | whatweneedtoday | Scoop.it

Environmental Education and STEM: science, technology, engineering & math...

The environment is a compelling context for teaching and engaging today's students in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM)...


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Fruits/Vegetables/Herbs: When Are They In Season? [infographic]

Fruits/Vegetables/Herbs: When Are They In Season? [infographic] | whatweneedtoday | Scoop.it
In a world where you can buy any fruit and vegetables any time of the year, quality, nutrients, and environmental factors are compromised in the process.

As the industrial and economic age of technology has evolved, so has the availability of food year-round. But to accept that these foods are of the utmost quality and quantity (by which I mean $) year-round is quite a fallacy. If you find yourself eating strawberries around Christmas time for instance, it’s most likely those strawberries were picked well over half a year ago and stored in some facility to keep until you bought them at your market. So what’s the problem? Why is it bad to eat any fruit I want, whenever I want?

Well, while there might not be anything incredibly wrong with it, if you buy your produce by the season, the chances that your fruits and vegetables being much cheaper, fresher, and tastier is much more likely. There’s a reason why most restaurants around the world buy by the season. Also, something is lost in both the flavor and nutrients when you artificially keep these foods ‘alive’ for that long.

P.S. for all of you environmentally conscious folks, the carbon footprint that is produced from shipping and storing these fruits and vegetables year-round is quite substantial. So go ahead and visit your local produce market co-op farmers market community garden whatever and get some EATS! Or even better, grow your own!


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Infographic: What's the Environmental Impact of a T-shirt? | Ecouterre

Infographic: What's the Environmental Impact of a T-shirt? | Ecouterre | whatweneedtoday | Scoop.it
Textile-recycling firm USAgain has drawn up an infographic that outlines the environmental impact of a single T-shirt.

USAgain is celebrating World Environment Day by getting back to basics—and we do mean basics. The textile-recycling firm has drawn up an infographic that outlines the environmental impact of the most common item of clothing: the T-shirt...


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ちょっとしたスペースを注目スポットに!街なかに“ポップアップ”映画館をつくる「Stairway Cinema」 | greenz.jp グリーンズ

ちょっとしたスペースを注目スポットに!街なかに“ポップアップ”映画館をつくる「Stairway Cinema」 | greenz.jp グリーンズ | whatweneedtoday | Scoop.it
街を歩いてるとよく見かける階段。たくさんの人々が行き来する場所ですが、デッドスペースとなっているところも少なくありません。 そんな一見普通の階段でも、ほんの少しの工夫で楽しくてハッピーな空間にできるかも?そんな思いから始まったプロジェクト
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