The Mind Unleashed – Three U.S. companies have quietly embraced the use of hemp plastic into their business models, and their products have already hit the market.
John Vibes – A creative organization developed an incredible building made of mushrooms, which they call the “The Growing Pavillion.”
Malavika Vyawahare – Madagascar launched a national drive that aims to plant 60 million trees in the coming months.
Mandy Froelich – Imagine a future in which humans no longer worry about the collective carbon footprint.
John Vibes – Hemp plants produce a large amount of pollen, which means that the crop could be a great benefit to bee populations as the industry continues to grow.
Elias Marat – In a historical first, a giant floating machine designed to clean up plastic from the ocean is collecting trash from the Great Pacific Garbage Patch.
Mandy Froelich – The rate of loss has accelerated in the past five years.
Elias Marat – Many species thought to be extinct were found inhabiting a rainforest in Honduras.
Mandy Froelich – Often perceived to be an act of civil disobedience, guerrilla gardening, at its very basis, aims to beautify cities and reduce food shortages.
Jordan Davidson – An enormous floating device designed by Dutch scientists for the non-profit Ocean Cleanup successfully captured and removed plastic from the Great Pacific Garbage Patch.
Jordan Davidson – Ireland is ready to say goodbye to plastic cutlery, plastic balloon sticks and grocery items wrapped in plastic.
Emma Fiala – “The world should join India in putting an end to single-use plastic.”
Mandy Froelich – To halt the consumption of single-use plastic, the San Francisco International Airport (SFO) banned the sale of bottled water.
John Vibes – The Walmart Corporation is setting up shop on yet another important ecological spot.