In Dutch companies employees print an average of 28 pages per day. What?? Really?? That is not very sustainable, is it? The best way to change this, would of course be to change people’s behaviour and to force printer manufacturers to sell eco

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What a great and fun way to tell about sustainability: Comics! Stuart McMillen is a cartoonist from Brisbane, Australia who draws comics on science, society and environmental sustainability. Here is an example: “Trees essentially build themselves from thin air — their

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I have always been interested in boats, mostly in sailing boats. But this time my interest is about the world’s largest ship that is being build by Maersh.  And that is because it is also the most efficient one and

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What’s the story behing the products you buy? QuestionMark gives you the answers. QuestionMark has researched thousands of products on sustainability. By scanning them with the Questionmark app or looking them up on the website, you can see how the products score in

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Came across this very handy website. Do you also forget what the optimal dimensions are for a website? Here you can find everything about screen resolutions for different devices, which browsers people use or how much space a browser toolbar uses.

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The Swedish beer brand Mikeller, together with Bedow have found a way to make sure you empty your bottle! The label on the bottle apparently changes when you tug away your beer. A beautiful new heat sensitive label is designed

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Here is a beautiful example of a sustainable design process. Autobahn explain the choices they made during the design of a calendar. “It’s a yearly tradition, the calendar of Zwaan print media. In 2012 it is made for the 29th

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In March 2012 Honestly moved to Vechtclub XL, a creative business incubator in a former warehouse in Utrecht. Vechtclub XL is more than a collection of workspaces, it is an inspiring place with extensive facilities for creative entrepreneurs from different disciplines to

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At least a part of it. Through Windcentrale who manages the coop, we bought our share of the windmill: De Jonge Held, in the far north of The Netherlands. So now we get about 500kwh/year of 100% green electricity for

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Yes, I won a pair of Oat shoes! So happy! I chose the “Skin Blue”, perfect for the winter. OAT Shoes is the first fully biodegradable sneaker. When the shoes are worn out, you can bury them and flowers will grow. Furthermore the shoes

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