Have you heard of fracking? You probably have and asked yourself what is fracking? The answer to this question provides a website called dangersoffracking.com.
Maybe you have been happy because you found a tree with apples on it while taking a walk. With this awesome project you can plan your walking route to pick up more fruits, herbs and more!
Every year refundable bottles worth 172 million Euros end up in trash cans and will never see the supermarket where they come from again. That is a lot of money and a lot of people could use this money. How?
The YouTube channel MinuteEarth teaches you small interesting things about our planet. They have 16 episodes so far and each of them is approximately 2:30 minutes. Science facts like »Why are leaves green?« or »Why does earth have deserts?« are getting explained in a very easy and nice made way.
An estimated amount of 200 million tons of plastic is produced every year. Plastic needs 500 to 3,000 years to decompose. What should we do with all this plastic that we produce, use and waste every year?
In 2010 a Dutch start-up company was founded to create a new smartphone which is responsible-minded manufactured. That sounds kind of easy but actually it isn’t. Smartphones contain a lot of different and hard to get resources and materials.
Approximately 5,6 Trillion cigarettes were smoked every year and about 4,5 cigarette butts will hit the ground. A solution for this comes from an industrial designer named Ben Forman. He is working for IDEO in London.
Tons of garbage are getting washed up on the beaches of Kenya (Africa). Old flip-flop slippers are a big part of this mass of trash. See how useful the trash can be!
Do we know what we buy these days? Which company produces which product and are there any unwanted ingredients inside? The app »Buycott« (iOS & Android) helps out with these problems and provides some other nice features!
Not only humans have advantages by using the new 3D-Printing technique. Buttercup the duck was born with a backwards foot and now he will be able to walk with a 3D-Print foot.