Floating Bins Cleaning Up Marinas Worldwide

“If we have rubbish bins on land, then why not in the water?” It was this simple question that led surfers Pete Ceglinski and...
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NASA’s Origami Solar Panels

NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory researchers engineered solar panels inspired by the Japanese paper folding art, Origami. They are light, foldable and easily deployable. As far as...

“Mi Teleferico” – The Cable Car With Clean Air and Solar Powered Lighting

Another creative and environmentally friendly way to commute is  available to residents of La Paz, Bolivia. Called Mi Teleferico, which translates to "My Cable...

Flare: The Most Time-, Cost- and Energy-Efficient Cooking Pot

Cooking at home is great, and certainly a lot more healthy (for your body and your pocket) than eating out. Unfortunately, cooking takes up...

HeLi-on – Super Compact Portable Solar Charger Fits in Any Pocket

HeLi-on is a folding portable solar panel and energy storage device, which can fit in your pocket, ready to 'roll' at any time. Portable energy...
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Student-Made 2098 mpg Car Won the SAE Supermileage Competition

2098 mpg is the mileage achieved by the Quebec's Laval University team, which won the SAE Supermileage competition, this year. Living in an age of impending climate...

ZEF Climatic Table, Zero Energy Alternative to Air-Conditioning

ZEF Climatic Table is the one and only table that controls the temperature in the room without using any electricity. Air-conditioning systems are undoubtedly some...

Eco-Friendly Restaurant Has Air-purifying Walls Made of Salt

Iranian restaurant, built from salt, sets a new trend in eco-friendly building and design. The salt is derived from local salt mines and a salt...

Idénergie’s River Turbine Generates Energy from Flowing Water

A fresh new project on Kickstarter takes on the ancient idea of water mills and creates a modern river turbine that can provide cheap and...

Green Pass: The Award-Winning Turnstile That Powers Itself

What can a hundred thousand Chinese people do when entering the subway? Produce power, of course! A team called "VIVA design", from the Guangdong University of Technology in China, have retrofitted those turnstiles at the subway entrances to produce electricity whenever someone passes through.