We have seen discarded metal recycled into creative sculptures. Artists’ finds pleasure in recycling as awareness regarding sustainable practices reaches greater population. Now, we have some unique pieces of art that are created from discarded steel pieces. The artist has invented recycling in his own
United States and China contribute 32% of global e-waste generated presently. India is happy to be at number five with just 5 % contribution. However, the worst is still to come. The electronics boom has just begun in India. The economic development and lowering rates
The MRV100 is the newly planned green option for roadside vendors carrying out business with their food carts. It’s a solar-powered food cart that is specifically designed to provide better cooking space, clean, and healthier option. It can also run on fuel generated by food
Growing human population is asking for more habitable space and higher agricultural production. Unfortunately, the earth has a limited space and we are expected to adjust in accordance with it. Farming space is shrinking as cities are expanding their range. It’s a tough task to
Most of the world is still unaware of wrath of nature mankind is bound to face sooner or later because of its idiotic experimentation and overwhelming consumption of natural resources. Infrastructure is replacing green land. While it might be too late to reconsider the choice
The capacity of manifestation of emotions in creative ways gives birth to art. Richard Stainthorp is one of these incredible artists who have found amazing way to show human emotions with just body language of his life –sized sculptures. Mostly, facial expressions are used to
Milan had hosted ‘feeding the planet’ exhibition and the event witnessed many valuable entries. The Urban Algae Canopy was one of them. The project was developed as a part of the series HORTUS by ecoLogicStudio.
Monsanto, Protugal enjoys a title of being a living museum, which indeed justifies what it represents. The place isn’t hidden to the world, neither the stunning homes shaped from or in huge boulders. There is no concrete, but just living spaces carved using the shape
It’s a privilege to have a big house, but the way mass consumerism is rising up, it’ll be a favor to the planet to discourage this trend. Living in less materialistic manner and go for minimum spaces, that’s what the tiny house movement in the
Watching a lion chasing a dear is hardcore wildlife experience, and wildlife photographer feast on such scenes. Wildlife photography requires appropriate equipments like telescopic lenses so as to maintain a safe distance.