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Building Purifies Used Water and Produces Its Own Energy

This awesome Building uses smart ways of purification of water . Buildings eat more than 40% of energy and create a lot of waste. Most of them need  replacing their single glazed decaying facades. In Evolo, Thai architects Achawin Laohavichairat, Montakan Manosong, and Peerapon Karunwiwat have published an fascinating idea: clip-on modular home units that stay

The Largest Greenhouse in the World – The Eden Project

It’s a dream come true – a magical story of how restoration can transform an exhausted site into the world’s largest captive rainforest and greenhouse, showcasing plants which have changed the world, connects culture and communities and has even been called the 8th wonder. Image Credits: Stuart Herbert The 21st century will provide enormous challenges

18 Tips For Eco-Friendly Traveling

Having an eco-friendly attitude doesn’t mean that it’s enough to be green at home. Environmental aware people know that places other than home need the same respect, and they “established” a non-formal group of eco-friendly travelers. They minimize their carbon footprints, respect the local economy and the wildlife they enjoy during their stay. Here are

7 Great Ways we Could Save Forests

Many people think that just another timber down doesn’t mean anything to the world. But they’re so wrong! Deforestation is very serious problem that requires solution. Since most of the governments all around the world do not do too much about this issue, here are seven ways how you can contribute toward saving the forests.

The Most Visited National Park in Europe

Rising 7,500m above the ocean floor, basks the world’s third tallest volcanic structure. Encased by magnificent scenery and atmospheric conditions welcomes a National Park swamped with forever changing tones and colours of its landscape. Visually striking clouds swam together to create a misty backdrop to the mountains, and many beautiful flora species have colonised the

10 Green Jobs For The Future

In order to develop sustainable society the green jobs are a must. That’s why it’s good that there are more and more companies which become responsible and create new green job positions. That influences the labor market, creating great demand for them. Here’s a list of ten of these green jobs for the future. 1.

5 Environmental-Friendly Gift Ideas

Despite the great need of raising awareness about environmental issues, it’s still very low. People prefer using “eco-predating” materials instead of eco-friendly ones, but it’s up to us to make them more aware about the problems the Earth and humanity are facing. One of the ways to make them use environmental-friendly things is to give

10 Music Festivals To Get Eco-Friendly Habits

Music festivals are paradise for young people: party, dancing, drink, new friends… However, the nature often pays the price in such occasions. Although youths of today are more aware about environmental issues than their parents, they leave a lot of garbage during their favorite festivals. So, some organizers decided to take some steps toward making

10 of the World’s Greenest Buildings

Building greener buildings is essential part of every serious environmental policy. The carbon neutral world is not reachable just with “living green,” but it’s necessary to “live in green” as well. Here are ten greenest buildings that are just the beginning of the world’s changes toward sustainability. 1. Bank of America, New York This is

10 World’s Greenest Cities

The cities that you’ll find on this list are not all covered with nature, but those which have made the best efforts for achieving their high environmental goals. Here are ten of the greenest cities in the world to live if you like to live green. 1. Reykjavik, Iceland Iceland is the world’s greenest country