Graffiti that changed the world. Penang Island in Malaysia is called an open-air museum because of the street art of the Lithuanian artist, who created a new urban-image of this district in Asia.
Comedy film ‘It’s not Business, it’s personal’, created by Don’t Panic London, imagines what would happen if a natural person were granted the privileges extended to corporations.
The starting point and purpose of global movement Slow Fashion, the essence of which is attentive attitude to clothes and their real producers.
It seems that the sharp contradictions between meat-eaters and vegetarians may soon come to an end. Top-tier scientists, food engineers and chefs have teamed up to create an alternative to conventional meat - cultured / clean meat.
January is the most pleasant time to start life from scratch and become better. One of the trends, which is especially relevant in the coming year - eco-challenges, joint and individual.
The Mexican designer has developed an "air version" of cultivation for those who do not have much space at home, but have a desire to have a beautiful home garden that decorates the interior and brings a harvest.
When we speak about an Ambulance we largely imagine doctors and medical help. But sometimes it is also necessary to give a hand of alms-deed to the neighbour as instantly as to give the right injection. We will tell in this Popsop research how and who turned ambulance car into a car of accomplishment of desires.
Wishing to attract public attention to ecological problems of our planet again, modern people of manifold gifts in the person of artists, photographers, designers and other specialists created eco-projects compelling to bend an ear. Thanks to the originality expression of the idea of these people sparked a huge public outcry.
Foreign specialists are sure that we should enlighten children where the food is from and how healthy and ecological nutrition is important from the school age. That is why the first innovative farm school teaching kids growing technologies and agriculture in the world was opened in San-Francisco.
The Rothes CoRDe facility in the Speyside burns whisky by-products to generate 8.3 megawatts of electricity per hour.