• Recycling: Anyone can save the Earth

    Recycling: Anyone can save the Earth

    Recycling: Anyone can save the Earth  In 2013, the Swedish giant H&M was one of the first to announce a return policy for shoppers, meaning shoppers could buy new clothes and return their used apparel. The company accepted everything: old underwear, filthy T-shirts, dirty jeans, unpaired socks from any brand. In return, H&M gave a 15% discount on a shopper’s purchase in their stores.  A year later a collection of recycled old, torn, and unnecessary clothes were sold in the...

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  • Organic fabric: lessons learned and technology of the future

    Organic fabric: lessons learned and technology of the future

    Organic fabric: lessons learned and technology of the future The modern world is actively striving for environmental friendliness. People in metropolitan cities are concerned about the food they eat and  what they drink, in what way they get their products and how they process information, how they wash their hair and body, how they sort garbage and how their waste is  recycled, what clothes they wear and what materials are used to produce them. Since these trends are gathering rapidly...

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  • How to buy less to save the Earth and yourself?

    How to buy less to save the Earth and yourself?

    How to buy less to save the Earth and yourself?  How long can you live without Facebook? Perhaps, 3 hours or just 20 minutes? Why do we peep at our phones in the fear of missing the latest news? Why do we expect something extraordinary from every session, like a coup d'etat or a landing on Mars? Can something extraordinary take place every 20 minutes? Probably not. Without even realizing it we waste our precious time by consuming useless news. ...

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