Using recycled cotton and synthetic fabrics, Isocoton offers a sustainable, high-performance alternative for building insulation.
Spray a (vegetable) coating directly on foods to keep them fresh and eliminate packaging and plastic? Take a look here.
A very interesting project examines the perspectives of sustainable and circular design. The desalinating chandelier is first prize.
Saubus is born, the brand new sauna bus built in Japan from the remains of an old Hyogo bus. From February it will be possible to try it!
Mattel launches PlayBack, a program for sustainability on its toys: it collects them for free and recycles the components to build new ones.
Ecologic Brands finally breaks through with an intuition it had almost 10 years ago. Flat-mount cardboard bottles, like IKEA furniture, can cut the amount of plastic in the packaging market
A Berlin-based company wants to knock out cardboard packaging with a traceable and intelligent 2.0 box: here is The Box.
Wind turbines, a cross and a delight: the disposal of used ones was complicated, thus a project was born to transform them into a bridge.
Burger King tries to reduce its footprint by introducing reusable packaging in 3 cities around the world. I'm perplexed, but let's hope it works.
The pandemic teaches: sustainability, recycling and reuse are the keys to the future. In Italy the king of materials in this sense is wood. Pardon: the Rilegno.
It serves as the air when the streets are filled with snow, but thawing salt is not very environmentally friendly. Don't worry, the alternative arrives.
SuperBee's beeswax acts as a natural antibacterial, while the addition of coconut oil and resin help the film hold its shape by adapting to food.
"I don't think I'm doing anything special. Zero-waste? I've only recovered good practices that the company has forgotten for 50 years."
Adidas has revealed to the world Loop, its 100% recyclable shoe, an "infinite" shoe ...