Who doesn’t love Christmas? For most of us, it’s a time to take off work, eat ourselves silly, catch up with family and give ‘til our pockets hurt. But from the environment’s perspective, the festive season can be a time of the most shocking strain.
From reducing food waste in
It is estimated that almost 50 million tonnes of e-waste will be generated globally in 2018. Approximately 50% of this is thought to be personal devices such as computers, smartphones, tablets and TVs, with the remainder comprised of household appliances, and heating and cooling equipment.
With only close to a
We’ve already taken a look at ways to transform ewaste into art, and now it’s time to step it up a notch by taking that art and making it wearable.
Ewaste fashion is still a relatively new industry, but with the need for creative disposal of the world’s ewaste growing
Between computers, televisions, mobile phones and other electronic goods, every household generates eWaste. In fact there is approximately 140,000 tonnes of it being generated annually in Australia, much of which contains toxic materials that can easily contaminate our environment.
With only an estimated 4% of these items ending up in
Kids today have been born into a world where recycling is not a nice-to-do; it is a necessity of life. If they’re old enough to watch the news, then they’ll undoubtedly be aware of how desperately our world needs the next generation to whole-heartedly embrace sustainability and to get creative