Courtesy of Green Pencils Ltd

Paper pencils to the rescue of the environment

Green Pencils Ltd manufactures high-quality eco-friendly pencils and pens from recycled paper, ideal for all sorts of organizations (commercial or not) that want to show and spread environmental awareness.

A Lefrik's backpack. Courtesy of Lefrik.

How to make a backpack with plastic bottles

Have you ever wondered what recycled plastic is used for? The Spanish brand Lefrik is making the most out of bottles that are thrown away: it converts them into cool, practical bags and backpacks. And what is more, it ensures ethical practices in its suppliers, from manufacturing to delivery.

An operating Seabin. Courtesy of Seabin

Catching marine litter with floating bins

The Seabin Project’s devices act close to the coast to catch garbage (plastic pollution, but also oil, fuel, and detergent) before it starts its journey to the open sea. They work 24h a day and each bin is able to collect 1.4ton of plastic waste per year.

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It’s a messy job, but AI can help

Can we take advantage of AI to make our future more sustainable? Sadako Technologies, teaming with BHS, proved that it is possible and, besides, profitable.

Pavegen installation in Bird Street (London). Courtesy of Pavegen.

Street energy – Part 1: Footsteps

Have you ever thought that you are producing clean energy while walking? Pavegen can harvest footsteps’ energy and convert it into electricity and useful data.