P&G’s circular economy strategy now includes water and (yes) diapers

April 16, 2018 by  
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Will the giant consumer packaged goods company place itself head and shoulders above the rest?

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Building a Backwoods Getaway, Open to Anyone Who Can Find It (Video)

August 26, 2011 by  
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Image via screengrab. Whether built ten stories tall or to fit in a Brooklyn loft , tree houses are great getaways, where you can hide among branches and leaves, above the rest of the world. They’re usually private places, but in the woods of Oregon, a new sort of tree house is being built. It’s the work of the crew at Schwood Eyewear , and everyone is invit… Read the full story on TreeHugger

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Eco friendly OneBike uses kinetic energy to generate electricity

August 1, 2011 by  
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Shoib: One Bike Electric Cycle by Byoung-soo Choi and Jun-kyeong Kim We know a lot about electric bikes but OneBike designed by Byoung-soo Choi & Jun-kyeong Kim is a cut above the rest because this bike is powered by kinetic energy. The bike is different from others because it can be used as a fitness machine when you’re not on the road. When the bike is on cradle and you pedal it as part of your fitness regime, your pedaling generates energy and the bike used this energy is converted to electric power by OneBike. Picture Gallery One Bike Electric bike powered by kinetic energy and becomes a stationary fitness machine when needed I must say that OneBike concept is one of the most unique and innovative eco-friendly bikes we have seen so far. The bike will be loved by fitness freaks as well because it allows the users to check their workout performance while pedaling when the bike lies on its cradle. Once you are done with your workout, just fold the cradle and ride the bicycle, just like any other bicycle available on the market. The kinetic energy generated as a result of your pedaling will be used electrically when you go outdoors. Check out the picture gallery to get a better understanding of the bike and its operation. Via: Yankodesign

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