Monthly Archives: March 2012

Un pizzico di sale

“They are made from certified biodegradable plastics and natural materials like hemp, organic cotton and cork. These shoes are fully biodegradable, and will sprout flowers after you bury them in your garden.” This is what a product description says on Salt+Ethic, a

Un pizzico di sale

“They are made from certified biodegradable plastics and natural materials like hemp, organic cotton and cork. These shoes are fully biodegradable, and will sprout flowers after you bury them in your garden.” This is what a product description says on Salt+Ethic, a

To us, the Web is a sort of shared external memory

“We grew up with the Internet and on the Internet. This is what makes us different; this is what makes the crucial, although surprising from your point of view, difference: we do not ‘surf’ and the internet to us is

To us, the Web is a sort of shared external memory

“We grew up with the Internet and on the Internet. This is what makes us different; this is what makes the crucial, although surprising from your point of view, difference: we do not ‘surf’ and the internet to us is

Fukushima sad anniversary

Many of you might already have seen this funny and creative video from Ecotricity UK. If not, enjoy it. If yes, just share it once again please.  Here is Greenpeace freshly released app to look up where are nuclear power plants

Fukushima sad anniversary

Many of you might already have seen this funny and creative video from Ecotricity UK. If not, enjoy it. If yes, just share it once again please.  Here is Greenpeace freshly released app to look up where are nuclear power plants

Interviewing Fred Pearce

  Fred Pearce is one of the most influent English environmental journalists. He has published a many books and he is a columnist at The Guardian. I was lucky enough to meet him in Italy and to speak with him about

Interviewing Fred Pearce

  Fred Pearce is one of the most influent English environmental journalists. He has published a many books and he is a columnist at The Guardian. I was lucky enough to meet him in Italy and to speak with him about

revolution-apparel

What is a versalette?

Affascinante storia di due ragazze che viaggiarono il mondo con il loro zaino in spalla. Condividevano le stesse passioni e avevano occhio per le stesse cose. Pensarono di rivoluzionare il mondo dell’abbigliamento, almeno quello da viaggio, sapendo che a noi

revolution-apparel

What is a versalette?

Affascinante storia di due ragazze che viaggiarono il mondo con il loro zaino in spalla. Condividevano le stesse passioni e avevano occhio per le stesse cose. Pensarono di rivoluzionare il mondo dell’abbigliamento, almeno quello da viaggio, sapendo che a noi

A moral sacrifice?

  “In generale, i discorsi [alla conferenza sul clima di Copenhagen del 2009] sulla sostenibilità si attanagliavano nell’errata convinzione che sostenibilità significhi chiedersi quanto siamo disposti a sacrificare della nostra qualità di vita attuale“.   •  “The general discussions [at 2009 Copenhagen conference ]

A moral sacrifice?

  “In generale, i discorsi [alla conferenza sul clima di Copenhagen del 2009] sulla sostenibilità si attanagliavano nell’errata convinzione che sostenibilità significhi chiedersi quanto siamo disposti a sacrificare della nostra qualità di vita attuale“.   •  “The general discussions [at 2009 Copenhagen conference ]

bambucicleta

Bamboo on the go

Bamboo frame, ergonomic saddle and less than 10% energy used in processing than traditional bikes. The idea came into the world six years ago in Argentina, from university fellow Nicolas Masuelli, now CEO at Bambucicleta, whose mission is making this bicycle a

bambucicleta

Bamboo on the go

Bamboo frame, ergonomic saddle and less than 10% energy used in processing than traditional bikes. The idea came into the world six years ago in Argentina, from university fellow Nicolas Masuelli, now CEO at Bambucicleta, whose mission is making this bicycle a