Making Ethical Eating Easy

A mobile app that helps you find ethical and sustainable food where ever you are? Yes, please. Fair Food Forager wants to change the way the world eats by assisting with your everyday ethical food decisions. Making it easier to choose better & support the businesses who care. You can browse their directory and even add your own suggestions. http://fairfoodforager.com.au/

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A solution to tons of non-recyclable vinyl from billboard banners going to landfills each year.

Over 600,000 tons of non-recyclable vinyl from billboard banners alone finds its way to landfills each year.

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Improve Your Wardrobe (and Eco Footprint) With Organic Cotton Clothing

Unless it is certified organic, conventional cotton may not be as natural as you think. Over 99% of the cotton grown today is either genetically modified or grown with heavy applications of pesticides, or both. The problems with clothing production don’t stop in the field. During the conversion of conventional cotton into clothing, numerous toxic chemicals are added at each stage— silicone waxes, harsh petroleum scours, softeners, heavy metals, flame and soil retardants, ammonia, and formaldehyde— to name just a few. iKotton products are designed for sensitive skin.  They use only organically certified cotton, woven and dyed with low-impact non-toxic chemicals. https://www.ikotton.com/

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Doing good while learning or teaching a language

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loquilove is building a new online live tutoring and language learning app for a good cause. The platform allows you to learn and teach a language online and at the same time help educate children or entrepreneurs in third world countries. On the app tutors and students from across the world can easily connect and interact online to learn or teach any language. Giving or taking live lessons will be affordable and as easy as using Skype or ordering an Uber. You can conveniently search students/tutors by skill level, schedule lessons, provide ratings and pay directly on the app. www.loquilove.com/kickstarter

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Transparency in fashion retailing

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Online fashion retailer Everlane has focused on being transparent about its supply chain–including how much it costs to make each product. Its first physical store reflects this concept of transparency so there is no product in the windows. The brand is centered around people, and that is what you see when you look in. Also importantly Everlane has designed a point-of-sale system from scratch that creates a connection between your online profile and your shopping behavior in-store so your customer service is improved. https://www.fastcompany.com/40502731/everlanes-first-ever-physical-store-takes-radical-transparency-literally

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A new way to see fashion

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Augmented reality start-up, HoloMe, has created a holographic version of the catwalk show which can appear anywhere, including in the street. A hologram is a photographic recording of a light field, rather than of an image formed by a lens, and it’s used to display a fully three-dimensional image of the holographed subject against any background. Models wearing fashion from the new British brand RIXO were captured in augmented reality using HoloMe’s software solution, which automatically processes visual inputs for the creation of high quality, life-like holograms which you can see on your smartphone, providing you with a front row seat to your own personal fashion show, on demand. http://holome.co.uk/

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The world’s biggest startup campus

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The new Station F by Storefront is the world’s biggest startup campus, located in the 13th arrondissement of Paris. It’s giving brands an opportunity to make their Ideas a reality by showcasing them in popup shops. Over 8,000 campus and incubator residents and investors are expected to visit the startup zone every day. Station F is planned be a hotspot for tech events as well as a focus for new ideas. https://www.thestorefront.com/spaces/france/paris/25063-retail-space-in-station-f

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A tree that has the environmental benefits of a small forest

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Created by start-up Green City Solutions, CityTrees are covered in moss and lichens which have a massive surface area that can absorb particulate matter, nitrogen dioxide and ozone. The trees’ inventors estimate that a single structure has the environmental benefits of 275 urban trees, but taking up 99% less space and at just 5% of the cost. So far, CityTrees have been rolled out in several cities in countries including Norway, France, Germany, Belgium, Macedonia and Hong Kong. The cost for each tree can be mitigated by the potential for advertising on them. https://greencitysolutions.de/en/

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