Eco-friendly 3D printed fashion collection features secret braille messages – 3ders.org (blog)

Jan 10, 2017 | By Tess In recent years we’ve seen our fair share of 3D printed fashion projects, as well as a number of innovative 3D printed braille initiatives aimed at helping the visually impaired in new tactile ways. Rarely, however, have we seen both areas combined, and never in such an inspiring way […]

Eco-friendly 3D printed fashion collection features secret braille messages – 3ders.org (blog)

Jan 10, 2017 | By Tess In recent years we’ve seen our fair share of 3D printed fashion projects, as well as a number of innovative 3D printed braille initiatives aimed at helping the visually impaired in new tactile ways. Rarely, however, have we seen both areas combined, and never in such an inspiring way […]

The Future Of Solar Energy In The US – What To Expect? – Clean Energy Authority (blog)

Solar power is a trend, no doubt about that. But how fast will it really spread? We all know the importance of sustainable power sources, but is it reasonable to expect that the switch to green energy will be painless? In this article, I’ll try to answer the question “What we can expect to happen […]

Eco-friendly 3D printed fashion collection features secret braille messages – 3ders.org (blog)

Jan 10, 2017 | By Tess In recent years we’ve seen our fair share of 3D printed fashion projects, as well as a number of innovative 3D printed braille initiatives aimed at helping the visually impaired in new tactile ways. Rarely, however, have we seen both areas combined, and never in such an inspiring way […]

Lessons In Green Building From Africa's First LEED-Certified Hospital – Co.Design (blog)

When Ghana commissioned a new hospital for its capital city Accra, the West African nation hoped to earn LEED certification, a prestigious rating of environmentally minded buildings. But “they believed there was very little hope for us to achieve it,” says Pat Bosch, design director of Perkins + Will’s Miami office and the project’s lead […]

How Roofs Can Play A Key Role In Sustainable Architecture – Living Architecture Monitor magazine (press release) (blog)

December 22, 2016– As the green and sustainable building trend moves into the mainstream, we can begin to evaluate the impact and roles that different parts of the building’s envelope play on overall sustainability and contribute to reducing the carbon footprint. The result has been healthier, more productive buildings that last longer, consume far less […]

Olderbrother's LA-Made Clothing is Eco-Friendly, Gender-Neutral – Ecouterre (registration) (blog)

Meet Olderbrother, a sustainable fashion brand that wants to make slowing down cool again. The brainchild of Bobby Bonaparte and Max Kingery, a pair of Portland-raised designers who met in 2013 after their fathers were seated next to each other on the same flight, Olderbrother is characterized by its gender-neutral basics with a playful yet […]

Indian Scientists Design Device to Collect Solar Energy – Voice of America (blog)

Pop-out player Indian scientists have designed a new device they hope will solve one of the biggest problems with the use of solar energy. They call the device a solar tree. Solar trees have metal “branches” extending from a tall, central pole at different levels. Each branch holds a photovoltaic panel, also called a solar […]

Join Education on the 'Real-World Learning' 2016 Green Strides Tour! – U.S. Department of Education (press release) (blog)

U.S. Department of Education Green Ribbon Schools (ED-GRS) and its Green Strides outreach initiative share promising practices and resources in the areas of safe, healthy, and sustainable school environments; nutrition and outdoor physical activity; and environmental and sustainability education. To bring additional attention to honorees’ practices, ED-GRS has conducted an annual Green Strides tour, allowing […]