So you are looking at the pictures of the would be world’s first 100% carbon free city that runs on renewable energy resources and also claims to be even a zero waste city. This is the Masdar City, a planned city in Abu Dhabi, UAE which has been designed to support a population of 47,500 in a sustainable environment.
The vehicle you see above is not just another experiment of a 2 seater car, rather it can easily accomodate 4 people and literally run on compressed air! Called the AirPod, the vehicle can run 140 miles in just one charge and the 46 gallon tank can be fully recharged in 8 hours by any AC outlet. Welcome to the future! What can actually be more cleaner than using air to power a car??
Think green again. Especially built for iPhone and iPod touch this hybrid solar charger case from Novothink, packs in a solar panel that lets users to charge up their respective gadgets using solar energy. According to the specifications, “2 hours of direct solar exposure provides about 30 minutes of talk time on a 3G network or 60 minutes of talk time on a 2G network“.
For quite sometime we have been taking a peek at the world of recycled products [like lamps, graduationgowns, bags, and even cell phone]. It is fascinating to see how recycled materials are being restructured into different useful things. In case of fashion too we are seeing the similar trend. Since you already had a look at the chic jewellery, you would also be happy to know that these elegant forms are made of recycled materials.
Till now we have come across ample lighting options that not only displayed different designs but also had ideas that promoted recycling[scrap lights, bottle lamps] and upcycling[cassette lamps, ink cartidge lamps]. The one discussed here brings our attention to the wonderful nature’s gift, water, as a form of energy. The design of this Light Drop wall lamp compels us to think about conserving our ‘precious’ water which is an inevitable requirement for all organisms.