22.10.2020
Biophilia, interior design, biophilic design, sustainable architecture, vertical living spaces, refurbished space, refurbished city, urban lung, urban lung of Beirut, Bosco Verticale, vertical forest, Snøhetta, Norwegian architecture, Pompeii remains, horticulture, plants for therapy, nature as therapy, benefits of natural light, Edward Wilson, biologists in design, Adidas and employees wellbeing, google offices, Magdi Global Heart Centre Cairo hospital, new design in Egypt, University of the Cloister of Sor Juana, green wall with plants, plant wall, view to Egyptian pyramids, foster + partners, World Health Organisation, who warns of mental impairment, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, biophilia matters, Biofilico, design studio with plants, designing with greenery, Rescubika, Mandragore, buildings with negative co, buildings consuming carbon dioxide, sustainable culture, nature can help reduce stress, sustainable design, circular economy, circular design, air pollution, ways to combat air pollution, air pollution cleaners, air filtration, high quality air, indoor air pollutants, modern lifestyles are indoor, living and working spaces, urban farming, manmade and natural spaces, thorncrown chapel, sanctuaries that elevate nature, wood chapel, improve cardio vascular diseases

Biophilia | Bringing Nature Indoors

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19.10.2020

Gender Neutral Fashion

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14.10.2020

YouTube Release Black Leaders in Fashion Video Curation

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08.10.2020

The Best Fashion Films to Watch

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15.09.2020
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Art & Fashion Collide at POSITIONS Berlin

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10.09.2020
Eneida Tavares, Homo faber guide, art fair, art platform, online platform for art, artisanship, artisans, European artisan, craftsmanship, glabolaget, glassblowing, Oneida Tavares, caruma, Angolan basketry, Portuguese ceramics, earthenware, Kazuhiro takadoi, alberto cavalli, michelangelo foundation, Swiss ngo, desig, Swedish design, fair trade market, horticulture, Erika kristofersson, ammy olofsson, feminist artist, hybrid art, Japanese aesthetics, Japanese flowers, natural processes, sustainable art, organic art, unique pieces, cultural dialogues, conscious manufacturing, conscious consumers, local production

Homo Faber Guide Features the Highest Artisanship in Europe

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01.09.2020

The Body Positivity Movement and Fashion

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29.08.2020
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Sustainability News | Breaking Headlines from Week 34, 2020

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24.08.2020

The Best Children’s Books To Help Teach Sustainable Living

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22.08.2020

Sustainability News | Breaking Headlines from Week 33, 2020

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17.08.2020
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Using Inclusive Language

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15.08.2020
Sustainability News | Breaking Headlines from Week 32, 2020, sustainability news, breaking news, latest news, weekly news, top headlines, sustainability news, eco news, environmental news, good news, breaking news positive, sustainability reports, 2020 news, Levi’s, Renewcell, Renewcell cirulose, Levi Strauss & Co, Levi’s jeans, Levi’s upcycled jeans, Lebanon explosion, Beirut explosion, beirut explosions, beirut explosion ammonia, beirut explosion donate red cross, beirut explosion killed, beirut explosion disaster, Beirut explosion fashion industry, Lebanon fashion, fashion industry, Zuhair Murad, Rabih Kayrouz, Elie Saab, google sustainability, google sustainability bond, Veja, Veja x Darwin, Veja sustainable, plant breeding programs, d3 Architecture Festival, dubai design district, sustainable design, Environmentally Friendly Bus Stop, green stop, green stop Warsaw, Chipotle, avo dye, chipotle avo dye, sustainable fashion

Sustainability News | Breaking Headlines from Week 32, 2020

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14.08.2020
From a sustainability standpoint, it’s great to see positive news that promotes upcycling old clothes. Too often, the fashion industry promotes a throw away culture, but Chang Wan-ji and Hsu Sho-er are promoting the idea that used clothes are just as cool, if not cooler, than buying new over and over again.

Couple Styles Clothes Left At Their Laundromat

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08.08.2020
Sustainability News | Breaking Headlines from Week 31, 2020, sustainability news, breaking news, latest news, weekly news, top headlines, sustainability news, eco news, environmental news, good news, breaking news positive, sustainability reports, 2020 news, McDonald’s, McDonald’s sustainable restaurant, sustainable restaurant, vegan food, vegan food demand, vegan trademark, vegan ice cream, David Jones, David Jones sustainability, David Jones Mindfully Made, Mindfully Made, World Design Capital 2022, Valencia, EU’s Circular Economy Package, waste management, circular economy package, sustainability, Genomatica, New York Puppy Pipeline Bill, New York, puppy mill, puppy pipeline bill, Norway, deforestation-free, deforestation, deforestation ban, United Nations Summit, SDG, sustainable development goals

Sustainability News | Breaking Headlines from Week 31, 2020

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05.08.2020
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Online Exhibitions: Our Guide to Virtual Exploration

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01.08.2020
Sustainability News | Breaking Headlines from Week 30, 2020, sustainability news, breaking news, latest news, weekly news, top headlines, sustainability news, eco news, environmental news, good news, breaking news positive, sustainability reports, 2020 news, KFC news, KFC 3-D chicken nuggets, 3-D printing, sustainable food, 3D printed chicken, 3D printed chicken nuggets, Rwanda, African Green Revolution Forum Summit, AGRF, UN Sustainable Development Goals, Giorgio Armani Sustainable Fragrance, sustainable fragrance, Giorgio Armani, carbon neutral, Apple, Apple carbon neutral, Apple carbon neutral 2030, Tim Cook, Evian label free, fully recyclable, sustainable water bottle, 100% recycled plastic, Evian sustainable bottle, sustainable card, Mastercard, recyclable plastic bottle, recycled plastic bottle

Sustainability News | Breaking Headlines from Week 30, 2020

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28.07.2020
Cities, eco-friendly, sustainable, culture, livable, greenery, light pollution, climate change, quality of life, urban areas, emissions, CO2 emissions, transportation, energy consumption, bicycling, public transportation, Lisbon, Portugal, electric bikes, air pollution, urban green spaces, climate mitigation strategies, mental health, Slovenia, composting, food waste, soil, plant health, Seoul, South Korea

Ways to Make Cities More Eco-Friendly

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25.07.2020

Sustainability News | Breaking Headlines from Week 29, 2020

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