For the first time ever, a painting is being made into a ‘living wall’ outside the National Gallery. With over 8,000 living plants, General Electric (GE) has brought a masterpiece to life with a version of Van Gogh’s famous painting A Wheatfield, with Cypresses as part of the Gallery’s carbon plan. Over 8,000 plants have been planted on hoarding outside the National Gallery to recreate Van Gogh’s A Wheatfield, with Cypresses.
Para minimizar o efeito dos gases emitidos pelos bovinos, os "hermanos" encontraram uma solução: Arrotos de vaca como fonte de energia alternativa! Só esqueceram de pensar que se deixassem de "produzir" vacas a economia de luz, água e terra seria infimamente maior! O descaso com o sofrimento do animal para alimentar o ego do "ser humano" não tem limites! =(
Culinary Misfits, a catering service in Germany, only uses produce that doesn’t make it to the supermarkets and restaurants due to its imperfections. Why? Because, according to the startup, half of the crops harvested end up being thrown away because they do not meet visual standards – and that is a big problem.