Cool gadgets and technology are being made every day. Something new and exciting is always popping up. But usually those products are not environmentally friendly. Here are some that are.
Going green has become a new trend of sorts with many individuals around the world opting for a sustainable, environmentally friendly way of living. Sadly, the trend seems to have caught on with several businesses and marketers who are willfully exploiting individuals by selling green products that are actually not green at all. Here are two examples we wish to bring to your attention.
Most people have become more sensitive to the need for saving the environment and are seeking ways in contributing to the same. Hence, the usage of organic eco friendly products and alternative energy is something that is widely popularised as it not only protects the environment, but it also provides sustainability. However, although a few green products are not entirely biodegradable and recyclable, yet many fit the bill.
It is true that our world is in grave danger due to the increasing rate of environmental pollution and wastage of energy resources but the solutions that some environmentalists and scientists have come up with can leave your mouth open in wonder. All over the world environment conscious people are trying to cut down their carbon foot print and reduce the wastage of water and electricity. Solar power is being used in new and innovative ways for substituting the use of electricity generated in power plants. Green products are the order of the day as they can curb the pollution rates. Some scientists have put on their thinking caps and in their mission to save the world they have invented some really weird yet useful green products that will stun you into disbelief. In the following 5 such bizarre green products are discussed.
In a bid to prove its commitment to creating sustainably produced products, iconic sports brand Nike has created a new football cleat called the Nike GS which is being touted as being the most eco-friendly shoe the company has ever produced. Throughout its body, the boot features renewable and recycled materials. The lightweight shoe weighs just 160 gms which makes it the fastest as well as the lightest shoe made by the company so far.
Woven rugs made from recycled materials may not be the freshest idea in the world of floor accessories but few designers have reinvented the lowly rug with as much elegance as Sophie Aschauer. The designer was inspired to create these intricate looking mats while on a sailing excursion and what makes these mats even more special is the fact that they are woven using marine rope upcycled and repurposed into beautiful floor accessories. Aschauer called the series SerpentSea to denote the origin of their basic material as well as the symbolic shape of mythical sea creatures.
Catching a sight of ingenious manufacturers’ wits being swamped and hustling with churning out unprecedentedly innovative devices is something you should no longer be surprised of. At least, that’s what looks pretty run-of-the-mill when quick mental images get seamlessly transmogrified into an interesting collection of objects. To give you a glimpse of such latest innovation, a creative designer by the name of Fernando Laposse from Central Saint Martins, in London has just amazed all with his new Lufa Series of kitchen and bath products that boasts of loofa qualities.
Paper has long been associated with printing and writing. But, in this internet world the same white sheet has lost its charm. Designer Katja Hettler and architect Jula Tüllmann of Tüllmann studio, based in Berlin,have come up with a unique collection named Paper Planet, which will add a touch of sumptuousness to your interiors with its eco friendly nature. As the name spells, Paper Planet is an appealing creation that has been fashioned out of recycled paper.
Organizing a camp is not much difficult if you have all useful stuff along with you that is used in the kitchen. You can take all useful kitchen stuff along with you while going for camping. This can be done by putting them in a special rack meant for holding almost everything that is used in a kitchen. This is something that is useful if the duration of your camp is long. Also it is beneficial for those who prefer to cook their own food while camping.
Our daily perceptions of the things around in our house hardly change ever. However, what changes these perceptions is the way you look at things. What sets them truly apart is the way we can add a class of excellence to these daily household products. The Mood Broom Lamp by designer Peteris ZIlbers Design is a true piece of art, especially when you look at it with aesthetically tuned eyes.