Eco Design 2014Eco Design is an approach to design of a product with special consideration for the environmental impacts of the product during its whole life cycle. In a life cycle assessment, the life cycle of a product is usually divided into procurement, manufacture, use and disposal.
Why Use Jute?
Jute- one of the oldest industries in India, has traditionally been used for packaging. However its versatility is only coming to light now as the world looks on for natural options to save the environment.....more info
Eco Fashion Design
Sustainable fashion USA
Sustainable Fashion Canada
Organic fibres spun into baby-soft fabrics, vintage pieces repurposed into modern style confections—sustainable fashion has come a long way......
Canada’s top sustainable fashion designersmore info
Industrial Design Platform
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The Problem With Traffic
Promoting Environmental Solutions in New York CityBalanced Transportation Analyzer
“A masterpiece” — Tri-State Transportation Campaign
“Absolutely astonishing” — Reuters economics blogger Felix Salmonmore info
If public transit were free, more people would use it. Fewer auto-miles would be driven and carbon dioxide emissions would drop.Everyone would benefit.
Greenest city in the world?
High Line Design
New York more info
New Solar Design
ultimate eco living
Electric Bike Design
An architecture student has found his way out of the city’s interminable traffic jams, and he carries it in his backpack.
Robotic Suit Could Help Disabled to Walk more info
Professor of Graphic Design China
Adverse Health Effects of Plastics
ecology center factsheet
Latest Eco news story
Every year, more than 540 billion pounds of plastic are produced worldwide. Much of it ends up in the world’s oceans, a fact that troubles MIT biology professor Anthony Sinskey.
Addicted to Plastic
"Addicted to Plastic" is a journey of discovery of what happens to the various plastics we use and what we can do about them. The documentary is riveting, disturbing, and even sometimes comforting. Everyone should see this important film." Reah Janise Kauffman, Vice President, Earth Policy Institute.
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ECO DESIGN BUSINESS
Eco Design for Business
Accept the Environmental Challenge!There is a great opportunity for businesses to create a new and positive agenda, where the focus is on all the good that companies can do for the environment, society and economic growth.
Japanese Eco Design
日 本語のエコ・デザインmore info
World Design Capital 2012 Helsinki embeds design in life
Helsinki excels in a broad range of design sectors. Good design makes citizens’ lives more pleasant and easier.MORE INFO
The Food Business
Slow Food: the crossroads of ecology and gastronomy, ethics and pleasure.
Earth Markets: farmers’ markets that have been established according to guidelines that follow the Slow Food philosophy.
Organic and Vegetarian Restaurants
We are now featuring Organic and Vegetarian restaurants throughout the USA. If you would like us to add your favorite, please send us the details.
LOPPUKIRI HOUSING COMMUNITY
The dream came true more info
Trek Bicycle Earns People's Design Award
Sustainable ‘Rural Space’
Vertical Farm Design
La Chanh Nguyen
"Moss carpet"more info
Desert House Design
developing projects that reflect the native beauty, climate, geological environment and culture of the region.
waterproof or hydrophobic sandmore info
Casas Que Cantan
Houses That Sing
Eight women in a community called Xochitl ("Flower" in Nauhuatl) on the outskirts of Cuidad Obregon, Mexico, have been working together to build each other's houses.
Life Design System
Rivers from the sea
Solar cooking design
Inventor turns cardboard boxes into eco-friendly oven
Eco Graffiti Design
make your own eco graffiti
Frank Lloyd Wright
Eco Design Sustainable Buildings for a New India
Energy savings of up to 60% are achievable if buildings are designed using green design principles.
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