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Don't just clean your windows; green them! Introducing Livi: a sustainable and recyclable suction-cup planter that adds botanical life to homes and offices. The post Stick It! Innovative Livi Suction Cup Planter appeared first on WebEcoist.
The titanium Altor 560G bicycle lock combines light weight with heavy-duty strength so environmentally proactive commuters can keep on going green. Truth be told, bicycling in the city ain’t always pretty. Urban cyclists must compete...Show More Summary
Have van, will travel... in style! German designer Nils Holger Moormann gave a VW T6 minivan an extreme makeover one can live in – and can't live without! The post Van Wild! Modified Minivan’s A Minimalist Minibus appeared first on WebEcoist.
A floating wooden sauna launched on Seattle's chilly Lake Union satisfies those who love relaxing in dry heat interspersed with the odd refreshing swim. The post Wet Heat: A Floating Wooden Sauna In Seattle appeared first on WebEcoi...
A snake with a terminal case of indigestion got a helping hand from veterinarians in Australia when the peckish python nommed a child's stuffed teddy bear. The post Overstuffed: Snake’s Snack Was Unbearable appeared first on WebEcoi...
WeFood, a Danish supermarket dedicated to cutting food waste down to size, discounts expired and damaged produce & products by up to 50-percent. The post WeFood Fights Waste By Selling Expired Food appeared first on WebEcoist.
It's no shock to learn electric cars aren't as clean & green as they're purported to be, and these half-dozen abandoned EV's aren't exactly helping. The post Discharged: 6 Re-volting Abandoned Electric Cars appeared first on WebEcoi...
The deep sea dwelling Bony-Eared Assfish is as butt-ugly as a fish can get, has virtually no brain to speak of, and no doubt has a charming personality. The post Butt Ugly: Deep-Sea Assfish Is Aptly Named appeared first on WebEcoist...
Inspired by the primeval forests of his native Finland, artist Kim Simonsson's Moss People bring the fairies and trolls of Nordic folk legends to life. The post Fuzzy Logic: Kim Simonsson’s Moss People appeared first on WebEcoist.
Signs of our trashy times? This selection of creative international No-Littering signs highlight different attitudes towards littering around the world. The post Litteracy: Creative International No-Littering Signs appeared first on WebEcoist.
Thanks to Green Magic Homes of New Zealand, one no longer needs a Middle Earth-mover to live hobbit style like the Bilbo Baggins and his big-footed friends. The post Hobbit Houses: Bringing Hobbit Habitats Home appeared first on WebEcoist.
For 100 days an avant garde artist rolled a running shop vacuum through Beijing's smog shrouded streets, ending up with a brick of solidified air pollution. The post Artist Bakes 100 Days Of Beijing Smog Into A Brick appeared first on WebEcoist.
The exquisite beauty of Russia's far northern Kola Peninsula shines through decades of environmental damage in photographer Vasily G's breathtaking photos. The post Dangerously Beautiful: Russia’s Kola Peninsula appeared first on WebEcoist.
This year's winners of the London Natural History Museum's prestigious Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition were selected from over 42,000 entries. The post 2015 Wildlife Photographer of the Year Winners appeared first on WebEcoist.
Looks great, smells better! Adaptive reuse will transform a sewage treatment plant in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, into a multi-functional cultural center. The post Adaptive Reuse Transforms Dutch Sewage Plant appeared first on WebEcoist.
Black cats matter! As Halloween approaches once again, the Black Cat Project is helping adorable, adoptable black cats find forever homes faster. The post Black Cat Project Lets Overlooked Cats Shine appeared first on WebEcoist.
Emily Stoneking's clever & colorful dissected knits help temper memories of icky biology classes featuring flayed frogs, rats and other critter cadavers. The post Kindest Cuts: Emily Stoneking’s Dissected Knits appeared first on WebEcoist.
Artist Max Siedentopf used cardboard and tape to transform ordinary vehicles parked on an Amsterdam street into temporary, cut-rate, “Slapdash Supercars”. The post Boxcars: Max Siedentopf’s Slapdash Supercars appeared first on WebEcoist.
Some of Wisconsin's most productive farmland is being ruined by the mining of frac sand, an essential material used by the hydraulic fracturing industry. The post Wisconsin Farmland Ruined By Frac Sand Mining appeared first on WebEcoist.
Inspired by Japanese origami and powered by an electric motor, this drivable replica of a Lexus IS sedan is made from 1,700 sheets of laser-cut cardboard. The post Cardboard Lexus Is One Big Crumple Zone appeared first on WebEcoist.