The Green Cell: Kengo Kuma’s Design for the Taipei City Museum of Art Has an Insulating Green Roof

October 19, 2011 by  
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The Green Cell: Kengo Kuma’s Design for the Taipei City Museum of Art Has an Insulating Green Roof

10 Ridiculous “Pinkwashed” Products That Might Even Increase Your Risk of Breast Cancer

October 19, 2011 by  
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Pink fried chicken ? We’re all for advancing breast cancer research, but it’s sickening how some corporations are playing up to the public’s desire to find a cure by turning all of their products pink this month – even ones that might cause cancer themselves! We’ve rounded up 10 ridiculously pinkwashed wares from benzene-spewing cars to BPA-laced chicken soup that you probably want to think twice about consuming. READ MORE > Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: Bloomingdales , eco beauty , eco-fashion , eco-friendly cosmetics , eco-friendly makeup , Estee Lauder , Ethical Fashion , ford , green beauty , green cosmetics , green fashion , green makeup , Kentucky Fried Chicken , Philosophy , pinkwashing , sustainable beauty , sustainable cosmetics , Sustainable Fashion , sustainable makeup , Yoplait

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Sherbert Colored Taipei Museum Features Solar-Efficient Tile Facade

August 23, 2011 by  
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