psychofactz:

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rhamphotheca:

How will birds across the continent be affected by climate change? 
Check out our infographic and then head to audubon.org/climate to learn more.
(via: The National Audubon Society)

rhamphotheca:

How will birds across the continent be affected by climate change?

Check out our infographic and then head to audubon.org/climate to learn more.

(via: The National Audubon Society)

(via rdthms)

urbanfarmingphotos:

Agriculture: Growing crops in vertical farms in the heart of cities is said to be a greener way to produce food. But the idea is still unproven.

urbanfarmingphotos:

Agriculture: Growing crops in vertical farms in the heart of cities is said to be a greener way to produce food. But the idea is still unproven.

(via optimisticapproachtocities)

fabriciomora:

Architects: Laboratoire D’urbanisme Agricole
Project: Launch Of Lua And Its Website
urbanhedgerow:

Integrated vertical farming as part of the urban hedgerow…?

urbanhedgerow:

Integrated vertical farming as part of the urban hedgerow…?

(via optimisticapproachtocities)

jointhereformation:

#jointhereformation 

jointhereformation:

#jointhereformation 

sew-it-forward:

 

A Two-Minute Introduction To The World Of Fast Fashion

See how fast fashion depletes the environment and takes away profit from small businesses. 

lureofluxe:

Have five minutes? Check out this short video about sustainable design from the University of the Arts London. It reiterates what we already know but often seem to forget: every little effort to help the environment matters.

(via sew-it-forward)

Ecouterre

sew-it-forward:

One of the best websites for an insider on eco-fashion news and upcoming products and fashion shows.

sew-it-forward:

One pair of jeans can use 10,000 liters of water just to be produced! This is just the beginning of their full life cycle!

sew-it-forward:

One pair of jeans can use 10,000 liters of water just to be produced! This is just the beginning of their full life cycle!

(Source: jointhereformation)

sew-it-forward:

 
sew-it-forward:

Nhu-Thu Nguyen uses a technique called shredding in order to upcycle an old knit sweater. 

sew-it-forward:

Nhu-Thu Nguyen uses a technique called shredding in order to upcycle an old knit sweater. 

(Source: refashioner)

Why shouldn’t sustainability be as central to style as silhouette? Why should it be hard to stride forth in the confidence that you are doing no harm to people or planet?”
- Marion Hume