This year’s showcase of sustainable, ethical and cutting edge fashion, from New Zealand and abroad, is expected to be the biggest yet. After its launch in 2013, the event has gathered international interest and demands for expansion have been met with an extended programme of events to become a full Eco Fashion Week / Consumer Showcase.
The weather is warming up, and here in Canada (and most of the USA too, I’ll bet), people are revelling in the warmer weather by spending as much time as possible in the great outdoors.
The four-wheel-drive, two-engine Model S represents a definite improvement over conventional four-wheel drive systems…
Pavegen is a clean technology company founded in 2009 by Laurence Kemball-Cook. Our vision is to redefine sustainability in the built environment, with the creation of a pioneering flooring technology that generates electricity from footsteps and captures data.
2016 has brought many new things to the world, but the ‘pay with energy’ café in Paris is a first. Launched yesterday, customers were encouraged to physically create energy in exchange for speciality coffees – no cash accepted. Created by Nissan, the pop-up café is one-of-a-kind – bringing together inspiring innovations as a means to highlight the importance of energy and sustainability.