An Orange County woman wants there to be a memorial for some fish that got in a car accident. Yes, she's a member of PETA, why do you ask?
Garbage is bad. Oil spills are bad. But when you can use them to make cars, they become kinda useful.
Never at a loss to create something totally weird, two Japanese companies have built a goalkeeping toilet. And it's supposed to be green somehow.
They won a $100,000 prize for their plan to turn plastic bottles into toilets and rainwater harvesting containers.
The farm grows three kinds of vegetables, which is a very welcome development for a small, land-poor country.
A California golf course suffered a rain of sharks. Well, a rain of shark.
What's a cheap, potentially easy to make, sustainable building material? It's a brick made out of animal blood. Sounds tasty.
The musician's company Ekocycle is partnering with companies like Levi Strauss to turn plastic bottles into useful items.
You can pay $50 for the privilege of drinking coffee made from beans that an elephant shit out. Or you could just buy yourself a pair of pants.
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