Determined to save the world’s corals by hook or by slip stitch, these crafty folk are re-creating the Great Barrier Reef with yarn. Will their barrier method work? We’re on pins and needles.
Photo: Alyssa Gorelick via Flickr
This crackerjack artist takes broken, chipped, and otherwise unloved china and turns imperfections into art. But what would she do if she wasn’t such a clumsy dish washer?
Photo: Courtesy Joana Meroz
Good night, slapendrijk tight!
Those Netherlanders, always with the simple solutions. Need to grind your grain? Windmills. Get through the wet muck? Wooden shoes. Stop a flood? Finger in the dike. And now, one Dutch student is solving climate change (and getting rich) … by staying in bed.
Roomba-ba black seep
Oil spills are no match for this human-sized Roomba. It’ll zoomba through the gloomba far better than a broomba, saving wildlife from doomba faster than you can say bada-boomba.
Dear ad agencies of the world, why must you portray greenies as prostitute-hiring, adulterous murderers? As you can see from this TV spot, we are actually totally hip. Bright-color-wearing, techno-dancing, jean-ironing hip.
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