Adidas Reveals 100% Recyclable Running Shoes That Live Forever

Adidas' latest invention is recyclable running shoes, which have infinite number of lives. Once the owner no longer wants to use them, he can...

First Ever Plastic Bottles Made Out of Ocean Waste Hit Supermarket Shelves

The horror stories about plastic pollution of our oceans are hitting us almost every other day. Some of the most shocking ones include the...

Cigarette Wastes Getting Recycled by TerraCycle

TerraCycle, a small upcycling company based in New Jersey, has launched its new program, Cigarette Waste Brigade, which aims to collect various wastes from...
Not Efficient Enough, at Least Toyota Robot Can Still get a Job

Toyota Claims Manual Labor is More Efficient than Automation

Industrial robots, such as those used by automakers, make it possible to automate many repetitive tasks that would require many hours of manual labor,...

Too Much Recycling Not Good, Surprising Research Shows

It might sound crazy to suggest that Americans recycle too much, but that is exactly what Thomas Kinnaman, a Professor of Economics at Bucknell...

Single Serve Coffee Pods banned in Germany’s Second Largest City

The smell of freshly brewed coffee in the morning is what it takes many people to jump start their day. Since everyone is constantly in...

Would You Eat a Lobster Picked at a Supermarket Dumpster?

How would you feel if you go to a restaurant, and you suddenly find out that the food that you've been served comes from...

Ooho, The Edible Water Bottle That Eliminates Plastic Pollution

New invention, designed by a group of students, might just be what the world needs in order to eliminate plastic bottles and solve the...

Sweden Encourages Repairing of Goods by Pollution-Lowering Tax Breaks

Today's consumeristic world teaches and encourages everyone to buy, use and then throw away at the first scratch or when a slightly newer version...

Shower of the Future, Saves Water and Electricity

The Shower of the Future is a smart technology, which lets you spend as much time as you need under running water, yet limits...