This jacket transforms into a wearable shelter for refugees

January 31, 2016 by  
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A group of graduate students at London’s Royal College of Art have come up with a genius solution to the Syrian refugee crisis: a hooded jacket that can transform into a sleeping bag or tent. Each one is big enough to house an adult and one child. The makers are currently crowdfunding so these can go into mass production! READ MORE >

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Size Doesn’t Matter in Reducing Environmental Impacts

May 19, 2010 by  
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A seasoned lifecycle assessment engineer recently pointed out differences between big-impact elements and small ones, and suggested they must be big enough to be worth an effort in an LCA-driven impact reduction exercise. That’s where he lost me.

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Texas-Sized Swath of Canadian Forest Saved by Industry-NGO Partnership

May 18, 2010 by  
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A Canadian trade group and a slew of environmental NGOs have partnered to develop conservation plans for 72 million hectares of public Boreal Forest — an area larger than the state of Texas.

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Texas-Sized Swath of Canadian Forest Saved by Industry-NGO Partnership

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