Roadway for the future – Solar Roadways

Katt GuBlog, Innovation Comments

Solar power has truly hit the mainstream – jackets, vehicles, electronics, etc., everything can be solar powered. So how about roads? What if we can use the space to generate electricity to reduce the use of fossil fuels? Isn’t it a perfect combination? Indeed, solar panel road is no longer a concept now – the idea has already been realized … Read More

Mosevic makes Fashionable Eyewear using Recycled Textiles

Victoria NicholsonBlog, Reviews Comments

Ray-Bans are so last season! When shopping for your next pair of shades, how about choosing from Mosevic’s “solid” sunglasses range? Handmade in the UK from recycled textiles, these sunglasses are uniquely stylish and environmentally friendly. Mosevic gathers denim from unsold jeans, used jeans and waste material from denim production. This denim is then converted into tailor-made sunglasses. Top features … Read More

Eat Our Way Out of Plastic Problem with Bakey’s Edible Spoons

Katt GuReviews Comments

The plastic waste is filing our land and contaminating earth – In the U.S., 40 billions of plastic utensils are thrown away after single use each year. As most plastic utensils are non-biodegradable and non-recyclable, it means that the plastic forks, knives or spoons that are usually seen in takeout food or office parties can sit in the landfill fore … Read More

These 5 Self-love Initiatives will help you be happy again!

Liam BywaterInspiration Comments

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1. Dove You may have seen their commercials encouraging young women not to give up their sports and promoting self-love. Dove is doing a lot to help boost the self-esteem of women out there. As they face constant pressure from the media to look a certain way it’s nice to see a big corporation encouraging change for the better. Click … Read More

20 Good Deed Ideas You Can Do Today

Katt GuInspiration Comments

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Everyone wants to do good – whether it’s for ourselves or for family members, friends, the environment, or the whole society at large – because we, as humans, are born with love and care in our hearts. We all have the ability to do some good deeds. A Good deed carries a double punch and they cannot only bring positive … Read More

Top 3 Sustainable Homes that are changing the world now

Victoria NicholsonInnovation Comments

Statistics suggest that the construction industry accounts for 40% of man-made carbon emissions. With climate change taking it’s toll on the world, governments and companies are acting now to put an end to this damage; turning their attention to the benefits of eco friendly housing. Living in eco friendly housing means we can make the world a better place, as … Read More

Iran takes a stand against Animal Abuse, bans all Circus Animal Acts

Monique EllisPlanet Comments

Circus entertainers have been performing to audiences around the world for many centuries. The origins can be traced back as early as Ancient Rome! They were used to showcase horses and stage chariot races or gladiator battles. We’ve all seen that gruesome scene from Gladiator where Russell Crowe spars with a group of tigers as well as an undefeated gladiator … Read More

Zero Waste World: we can do it!

Liam BywaterInfluencers, Podcasts Comments

Pawel Alva Nazaruk interviewed Dr Paul Connett to find out how you, the dreamers, can help create a Zero Waste world! What is a Zero Waste World? GrassRoots Recycling Network defines a zero waste world as incorporating a zero waste philosophy. This 21st century design principle includes recycling, but is not wholly limited to this as it takes a whole … Read More

Ever wanted to get more usage out of your carpet? Add Solar Panels to it!

Liam BywaterInnovation Comments

John Hingley has developed a carpet which produces enough electricity to power phones, cameras and even computers! The best part of this solar panel carpet innovation, however, is the fact that it uses what is arguably the most sustainable energy source we have: the Sun! Who is John Hingley? John Hingley graduated from Cambridge University with a bachelor’s degree and … Read More

15 World Changing Speeches of All Time

Katt GuInspiration Comments

Throughout the centuries, great orators have been using speeches to reaffirm beliefs, provoke thought and inspire people. From Jesus Christ to Martin Luther King Jr; from Abraham Lincoln to Franklin D. Roosevelt, we’ve selected 15 speeches that have lifted people from the darkness and shaped the progress of human history. 1. 1775: “Give Me Liberty or Give Me Death” by … Read More

How Many Trees Can India Plant in 24 Hours?

Liam BywaterPlanet Comments

India Planting Trees

Planting Trees and Planting Lives Trees are essential to life, and as essential as they are we often take them for granted. Think about it, when was the last time you noticed nature, let alone a tree? Our lives are so fast-paced we may end up looking for our car keys while we are driving. Appreciation is one thing but … Read More

Morocco Bans Plastic Bags to Combat Plastic Waste Pollution

Monique EllisPlanet Comments

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On July 1st, Morocco passed a law to completely ban the nationwide production, sale, and distribution of plastic bags. It is part of the country’s heroic efforts to promote sustainability and become one of the world’s ‘green leaders’ as an environmentally friendly nation. A little about Morocco… Situated in North West Africa, Morocco is known to many of us as … Read More

Top 10 World Changing TED Talks

Katt GuInspiration Comments

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The TED Talks nonprofit stands for technology, entertainment, and design has hosted thousands of speakers around the world since its foundation on 1984 to share their ideas on education, humanity, marketing, science, etc. The conferences cover all topics you can imagine, and the speakers range from Google founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin to two little Indonesian girls living in … Read More

The Future World of Green Living

Ray BennettInspiration Comments

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On a personal note, I love writing about things where I can make references to childhood obsessions. Let’s see, I’ve done Back to the Future, Free Willy, and now The Jetsons. That’s right, we’re talking about hope for the future of green living. While it may not look exactly like The Jetsons, it’s still pretty cool. When we think about … Read More