Tag archives for Japan
In the United Kingdom, Wrag Wrap aims to turn unwanted tents into reusable gift wrap.
Got open loop recycling? We hear about companies developing closed loop recycling systems, many sustainability professionals consider to be the holy grail of turning trash into treasure. But open loop recycling - also known as downcycling - is still going strong and ...
2012 was an eventful year for myself and GreenGoPost.com, and I will continue my focus on sustainability and CSR; not to mention regions like the Middle East and the Balkans.
UNEP studied five countries and found that depleted natural capital could harm the financial long-term health and cause huge credit risks in the long run.
Last week representatives from the Qatar Foundation visited Tokyo during a week of festivities to in part develop business ties focused on solar energy.
Noelle Hirsch discusses several communities who have chosen to incorporate practices like recycled building materials, natural lighting and energy-efficient power sources as they rebuilt broken towns.
Two months after officials shuttered Japan’s final nuclear power plant, the country restarted two reactors over concerns about potential energy shortages during the summer peak electricity season.
Higher than the LEED-certified Empire State Building and One World Trade Center, City in the Sky leaves us to assume that cherry trees would blossom year-round. And that's just the beginning.
TBWA\HAKUHODO, a Japanese advertising firm, designed Mirai Nihon, a house in which both technology and nature can co-exist and allow its owners to live off the grid.
City in the Sky is a project between Megatropolis and Hrama that imagines a world in such mega cities as London and New York City where gardens and oases soar far above congestion and pollution.
Last year, the Japanese government announced the creation of a national feed-in tariff (FiT) for solar, joining Germany and China in creating robust public policy to drive deployment of renewable energy. The program starts this summer.
Two researchers at Japan’s Tokyo Institute of Technology have developed a technology that can create bone tissue out of fish scales.