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This beautiful evening gown is made from recycled ocean plastic

Sustainable fashion touched a new high with introduction of a beautiful pink gown created from recycled plastic waste collected from shorelines. The dress is made by fashion retail brand H&M for its Conscious Exclusive Collection. The dress made from bionic polyester, fabric from recycled ocean

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Cleanest and Greenest Village in Asia – Mawlynnong, India (In Pictures)

India is defamed for unhygienic lifestyle, littering, open defecation, illiteracy, gender discrimination, female feticide, and corruption. But, this Indian village, declared cleanest in Asia in 2003 and 2005, will change the way foreigners generalize Indians. A village where every house has its own toilet, the

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Retired man builds dog friendly kayak for his pets

We had seen, Eugene Bostick, an 80-year-old man from Fort Worth, Texas with his amusing ‘Dog-Train’ he had built for the stray dogs he rescued. Now, David Bahnson, a 62-year-old retired orthopedic surgeon from Vermont, is trending on blogosphere and social media for his dog-friendly

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Incredible Cardboard Lexus IS replica can actually be driven

Japanese automaker’s UK office recently commissioned an operational, built to scale cardboard Lexus IS replica. It can actually be driven, but it’ll not be a safe ride. So, it’s made just for the sake of creation and art. The replica is inspired by the Japanese

For all bike thieves who plan to steal expensive e-bikes

Bike thieves in London do not seem to be familiar with next generation e-bikes. On 24 April 2014, Ben Jaconelli securely locked his GoCycle electric bike on Hackney’s Kingsland Road and left. When he returned after 20 minutes, the bike was gone. This GoCycle costed Jconelli £2,500

Highly toxic pesticides in Indian fruits, vegetable, organic food: Report

Ministry of Agriculture conducted a study to trace pesticides and contaminants in samples collected from various outlets across India. The samples included vegetables, fruits, spices, red chili power, curry leaves, rice, wheat, pulses, tea and milk. Samples were also collected from farms and organic outlets