Happy Christmas! I didn’t think I’d have time to post to the website this week but I managed to get a bit more college work done than planned so I celebrated by putting together this newsletter. I doubt many of you will read this article on the actual day of Christmas. You probably have much better things to do but it’ll be sitting in your inbox whenever you get around to checking your emails again.
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Have a fabulous holiday break and here’s some (predominately) upbeat stories to keep you smiling all the way into 2021.
Fascinating cluster of companies in Italy running a fully circular system of clothing recycling
Is a 3-wheeled solar powered car the future of driving
Designer creates an inflatable aluminium chair that weigh only 1.6kg
According to a study, the amount of manmade material created each week weighs the same as Earth’s total population.
This guy is turning leaves into paper in the Ukraine
California guitar making company opts for city-grown trees for it’s instruments to cut it’s carbon footprint
Scottish company Brewdog now offering package-free vodka made from unsellable beer
In Finland you can recycle fat from your Christmas Ham into fuel
I really enjoy reading about this couple’s efforts to rewild land they bought in the UK
Recipe for cruelty-free mushroom froie gras
Fabulous short animation on why soil is the most amazing thing on earth
Water futures set to join likes of gold and oil and trade on Wall Street for first time ever
Tom Ford has partnered with Lonely Whale’s 52HZ, to create the Tom Ford Plastic Innovation Prize, a prize fund of $1 million for ideas to replace the thin-film plastic used for wrapping, plastic sandwich and storage bags. Submissions will be accepted until the end of January 2021.
Denmark cancels new oil and gas permits and sets date to end existing production
Waterway protection methods in London see kingfisher numbers increase by 450%
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