Fashion is slowly moving towards being more eco-friendly and more and more designers are opting for eco-friendly alternatives. So what does the future entail?
Going green in fashion can benefit you in the long run. Here’s how.
With everything becoming increasingly recyclable these days, it doesn’t come as a surprise to find out that several scientists and researchers around the world are finding out new ways, inventing new technologies and creating new prototypes in order to create clean energy from one of the most useless items (or we thought so until now) on earth, human waste!
A green car is potentially less damaging to the environment and runs on renewable resources instead of fossil fuels. They are great for the environment, yes, but what about its aesthetics?
Hosting the Olympic Games has so far been a privilege bestowed only to a few wealthy countries who could afford to erect massive sports arenas required for the event. Since the Olympics draw a huge number of international visitors, building such arenas is something of a necessity. However, to level the proverbial playing field for countries with a slightly lesser budget, designers Wilkinson Eyre and Sinclair Knight Mertz have created a basketball arena that is not only budget-friendly for the organizers but also a lot greener than most of the permanent structures. The 2012 London Olympics Basketball Stadium project was created in collaboration with sports consultants KSS and as its name signifies, it would be used to organize the basketball competitions in this yearâs Summer Olympics.