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Have you ever thought about the environmental impact of buying a new phone?
Ingenious designers are giving new life to tyres.
'Trash is a treasure', believes Ukrainian artist Mariya Sorokina.
An environmental activist in Egypt recycles waste to create musical instruments.
A new ski slope set above a waste-to-energy plant in Copenhagen is delighting Danish skiers and snowboarders.
A group of artists have come together in New Delhi to reproduce famous monuments of the world using waste.
The first climate neutral FIS Alpine World Ski Championships is taking the lead on environmentally friendly sports events.
The Swedish ReTuna Återbruksgalleria makes shopping climate-smart. People even buy their old items back.
An Italian designer is using old techniques to solve new environmental problems.
A Portuguese artist is turning rubbish into street art sculptures of endangered animals to highlight Climate Change.
An Egyptian factory uses recycled plastic bottles to produce polyester fibre as a cheaper alternative to cotton, after the country's cotton crop witnessed many hiccups.
Discarded plastic finds a second life in Bordello II's endangered animal street art
Bicycles made of steel are heavy, aluminium can be too weak, carbon fibre too expensive and not eco-friendly. That's why manufacturers are looking to bamboo
The 2018 Innovation Radar Prize has been won by an Italian startup project that seeks to recycle a much greater proportion of plastic waste
A low carbon footprint is just as important as free Wi-Fi or a well-stocked minibar.
A growing number of eco-friendly startups in Belgium are trying to tackle pollution from the fashion industry.
Lithuania topped the ranking, recycling 74.4% of its plastic waste. Estonia came in last, recycling less than a quarter of plastic packaging.
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