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|Archived Since:||October 20, 2008|
Segera Retreat offers jaded safari-goers a luxurious, jumbo-sized and sustainable Bird Nest suite set above the treetops in in Laikipia, Kenya. The post Best Nestin’: Luxurious Treetop Bird Nest Suite appeared first on WebEcoist.
Clean The World collects bars of discarded soap from American hotels; recycling and redistributing the reconstituted bars to needful families worldwide. The post Bar None: Clean The World Recycles Hotel Soap appeared first on WebEco...
Tiny House International? TIKKU, a micro-house from Finnish architect Marco Casagrande, has a parking space-sized footprint that's perfect for city life. The post TIKKU Talk: Tiny House Has A Car-Sized Footprint appeared first on WebEcoist.
Life's sofa-king-of-the-beasts good for a black bear relaxing on a dumped couch in remote northern Manitoba. Speaking of which, where's the remote? The post Couch Pooh-Tato: Bear Sez ‘Sofa, So Good’ appeared first on WebEcoist.
The flat-packed Surf Shack from Backcountry Hut Company (BHC) is an off-grid dwelling that can be delivered anywhere by helicopter and assembled on-site. The post Do Drop In: Surf Shack Packs Flat For Low Impact appeared first on WebEcoist.
Birdwatching is cool but capturing an awesome avian on film is a feather in your cap, as proven by these 2017 Bird Photographer of the Year winners. The post Beak Shots: 2017’s Bird Photographers of the Year appeared first on WebEco...
Seat back and REST... your old office chair has been reincarnated as an environmentally-friendly backpack or bike pannier by a clever UK design student. The post Seat Back Pack: REST Recycles Office Chairs appeared first on WebEcois...
A strikingly beautiful sports hall at Thailand's Panyaden International School has an ultra-low carbon footprint and a 100% bamboo construction blueprint. The post Game Green: School’s 100% Bamboo Sports Hall appeared first on WebEcoist.
Firehoses don't do the environment any favors when their working lives are through, so upcycling used firehoses into hot fashion pieces is a very cool idea. The post Hose & Britches: Hot Upcycled Firehose Fashions appeared first on WebEcoist.
A Golden Retriever dog from China is more than the pick of the litter: over the years he's picked thousands of littered plastic bottles out of a local river. The post Pickup Pup: Chinese Dog Is A Litter Retriever appeared first on WebEcoist.
You and your “lava” can rent ArtisTree's Phoenix House, perched on the slopes of an active volcano, for just $125 per night – now that's a hot deal! The post Hot Property: Lava-ly Living At The Phoenix House appeared first on WebEco...
Sunbathing is a great way to naturally replenish bone-building Vitamin D and TanRound all-season transparent clothing lets you do just that – weather or not. The post TanRound: Cool Clothes For All-Season Sunbathing appeared first on WebEcoist.
An almost impossibly narrow house in Japan efficiently utilizes limited interior space, offering a vision of comfortable living in a more crowded future. The post Living Slim: Narrow House Design In Japan appeared first on WebEcoist...
Hawaii's volcanoes are famed for their spectacular eruptions but photographer Nick Selway has captured Kilauea's lava fountains in a brand new light. The post Viva Lava: Hawaii’s Volcanoes Let It Flow appeared first on WebEcoist.
Spanish photographer Raúl Cruz Arnelas captured spectacular images of “The Wave”, a natural sandstone rock formation in the Coyote Buttes of Arizona. The post Rock The Wave: A Sandstone Sea In Arizona appeared first on WebEcoist.
Professional diver Rick Anderson and a female Port Jackson shark have forged an unlikely friendship that's stood the test of time for 7 years and counting. The post Love Bites: Shark & Diver Enjoy 7-Year Friendship appeared first on WebEcoist.
Call it the sweet sound of sustainability - Rockit Logs, wood-cased audiophile wireless speakers handcrafted from recovered, reclaimed and recycled logs. The post Sounds Wood: Speakers Made From Recycled Logs appeared first on WebEcoist.
A stepped-on garden snail's smashed shell was expertly repaired with epoxy glue by veterinarians at the HaClinica Animal Hospital in Tel Aviv, Israel. The post Swell Shell: Stepped-On Snail’s Surgery A Success appeared first on WebEcoist.
If you can't beat 'em, enjoin 'em: France is tackling public urination by whipping out greenery-topped, compost-generating “Uritrottoir” urinals. The post Oui! France Whips Out Composting Public Urinals appeared first on WebEcoist.
An innovative start-up using a device that filters air pollution from fossil fuel-powered engines is recycling the carbon soot into non-toxic artist's ink. The post Don’t Soot: Recycling Smog Into Artist’s Ink appeared first on WebEcoist.