Eco-friendly Mugs: There’s a Vast Range For You to Pick From

September 6, 2010 / No Comments

Eco-friendly coffee mugs are now in vogue. These come in reusable forms including easy-carry bottles and travel mugs. The mugs that have been outed by different companies are designed not only for coffee but also for other non-caffeinated beverages.

eBay’s New Green Initiative Comes in the Form Of Eco-Friendly Boxes

September 3, 2010 / 1 Comment

In an attempt to making a green contribution to the environment, eBay is currently testing a shipping box that can be reused several numbers of times.

Eco-Friendly, Stress Busting, Cost Effective G-Bike – Out Now!

September 1, 2010 / No Comments

The new G-Bike is out. Cost effective, without compromising on style, the bike is fully electric and can be used for 35 miles on a 4-8 hour charge, at a speed of 20 mph.

New Green Range From Toy Company Blabla Out Soon

August 31, 2010 / No Comments

Handmade toy company Blabla has been recognized for their excellence in design and product through numerous awards throughout the years. Families who buy Blabla once usually become fans for life.

Amazing Solar School From Old Armory Building

August 30, 2010 / No Comments

An old cold war army barrack has been transformed into a solar powered school in Wolf Hagen, Germany. The energy efficient, modern school is an outstanding example of integrating the concepts of green architecture, education and passing on green concepts to the younger generation as they engage in conventional education.

Sci-Fi Art From Discarded Ink Cartridges

August 26, 2010 / No Comments

In an amazing an eye-catching artistic offering, artist faith Pearson has displayed the myriad possibilities that lie hidden in discarded ink cartridges. She was given the raw material by ‘I am B ink and media blog – who were curious to see if any kind of artistic expression would emanate through empty ink cartridges that were ready to be thrown away.

Green Tugboats for Greener Seas

August 20, 2010 / No Comments

The shipping arena gets greener with the introduction of an energy efficient hybrid tugboat. Tugboats are usually diesel powered, and have long been a major source of pollution at many of the world’s ports where they are widely used to tug lines and tankers.

London Trees to Have Readymade Birdhouses

August 18, 2010 / No Comments

In most of the big cities around the globe, birds have been adapting and struggling to retain their way of life in the face of fast changes unfolding all around them. When the trees are diminishing in number, most birds have learnt that when you find a spot that looks like it could be good for a nest, you better ...

Spitfish to Bring in Green Peripherals

August 17, 2010 / 1 Comment

Spitfish, the company known for its gaming peripherals, have announced new ‘green’ peripherals.  Three new blue and black devices have been announced, which are to line up with the FragFx Shark for PlayStation 3, PC, and Mac. The green aspect comes from the devices using power saving technology, which ensures that a single AA battery holds good for more than ...

A ‘Living’ Dress to Challenge the Limits of Fashion

August 16, 2010 / No Comments

Here’s a dress that revolutionizes even the concept of green clothing. It’s a crossover piece that fashion designer Mattijs van Bergen and landscape architect Anouk Vogel collaborated on – on request from the Amsterdam Centre for Architecture. When the two designers first came together, they were at a loss about where to start from, since it seemed like they came ...