The Nubagg Lets You Reuse Your Plastic Bags As a Garbage Can

Posted on Wednesday, November 14th, 2012 by

Garbage cans belong to that group of mundane household items that have been  around for so long that it seems there really isn’t much that can be done to  improve on their design Read more:  Product Review: The Nubagg Lets You Smartly Reuse Your Plastic Bags As a Garbage Can | Inhabitat – Sustainable […]

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Dyson Award-Winning SafetyNet Prevents Overfishing by Guiding Small Fish to Freedom With LED Lights

Posted on Tuesday, November 13th, 2012 by

Royal College of Arts graduate Dan  Watson has developed a brilliant sustainable fishing net with luminous exit  portals that allow endangered and young fish to escape so that they can fully  mature. Watson calls his design the SafetyNet, and the project was recently  awarded with £10,000 for taking first place in the 2012 James Dyson […]

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Piezoelectric systems for green environment

Posted on Friday, November 9th, 2012 by

Piezoelectricity is based around the ability of some materials, notably crystals and certain ceramics, to generate an electrical field in response to applied mechanical stress Though piezoelectricity doesn’t seem practical enough for portable electronic devices, certain designers are working to make it feasible not only for portable gadgets but also on a much larger scale. […]

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What if Your Footsteps Could Power Your City Sustainably?

Posted on Friday, October 19th, 2012 by

These paving slabs, made from 100% recycled rubber, are designed to generate renewable energy by converting the kinetic energy of footsteps to electric off the grid. In theory, wherever there is a high footfall Pavegen’s technology harvests the wasted energy for such applications as street lighting, advertising billboards and information displays. read more original article […]

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