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H&M Will Launch Their Eco-Chic “Conscious Collection” for Earth Month in April


H&M cam under fire last year for their questionable clothing disposal practices, but the famed company is looking to turn a new leaf that upcoming Earth Month with their new “Conscious Collection.” This new collection will mark H&M’s latest step into the realm of green apparel, with clothes created for each women, men and children. The new stylish pieces are anticipated to be made from planet-pandering fabrics such as organic cotton, organic linen, Tencel, and recycled…


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Crazy Banyan Treehouse Cafe in Japan


Although that towering concrete treehouse isn’t really green, (unless tree imitation counts as ‘green’), we couldn’t help but be awestruck by its sheer craziness.We thought it worth a post, just for the picture alone.The Naha Harbor Diner in Okinawa, Japan is a life-size rendition of a banyan tree, plus known as gajumaru. The aptly-named Banyan Town shopping center near the entrance of Onoyama Park features a twenty foot tall tree with a pan-Asian restaurant nestled amid its…


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Emilano Godoy’s Shiny Snowjob Chair Is Made from Recycled Candy Wrappers


When we caught a glimpse of Emiliano Godoy’s Snowjob Chair by at Designboom, we couldn’t help but be entranced by its spectacular sheen. A contemporary piece built with FSC certified wood with a vegetable based, biodegradable finish, each Snowjob has plus been covered with a material called Ecoist – a cleverly made, green material formed by hand with small pieces of waste from the candy wrapping industry. Reinforcement to the slip cover is provided with post-consumer recycled …


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H&M Launches Eco-Chic “Conscious Collection” for April Earth Month


H&M cam under fire last year for their questionable clothing disposal practices, but the famed company is looking to turn a new leaf that upcoming Earth Month with their new “Conscious Collection.” This new collection will mark H&M’s latest step into the realm of green apparel, with clothes created for each women, men and children. The new stylish pieces are anticipated to be made from planet-pandering fabrics such as organic cotton, organic linen, Tencel, and recycled…