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Little Sun Solar-Powered Lamp

July 26, 2012, 3:38 amFiled under: Eco Design > Eco Living > Eco Philosophy — Posted by Eco-Question Editor

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Little Sun transforms the light that is for all of us into light that is for each of us.

“Little Sun responds to the situation we face today, where natural resources no longer abound. Energy shortage and unequal energy distribution make it necessary to reconsider how our life-sustaining systems function. I see Little Sun as a wedge that opens up this urgent discussion from the perspective of art.” – Olafur Eliasson; Artist.

“Right now people living off the electrical grid pay 300 times more for light than people who have access to electricity and incandescent light bulbs. With Little Sun we deliver 10 times more light at 1/10 of the cost of using a common single-wick kerosene lamp.” – Frederik Ottesen; Engineer.

Today, 1.6 billion people worldwide have no access to mains electricity. Founded by Olafur Eliasson and Frederik Ottesen, Little Sun has developed an affordable solar-powered light to satisfy the urgent human need for off-grid lighting and to promote economic growth in regions of the world where electricity is not available, reliable, affordable, or sustainable.


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Nourish Organic Body Deodorant

July 19, 2012, 11:52 pmFiled under: Eco Beauty > Eco Philosophy — Posted by Eco-Question Editor

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Nourish – Organic Food for Healthy Skin™. Launching as the world’s first United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) 100 percent certified organic bath and body collection, Nourish enters the marketplace as the premier beauty and personal care line to rely solely on effective, nutrient-rich 100 percent USDA certified organic fruits, vegetables, and plant extracts – nothing more – to feed and treat the skin the way nature intended.

By excluding artificial ingredients and chemicals found in most other beauty and personal care products, they introduces the first comprehensive collection of clean, high performance, healthy, and eco-friendly products which are certified to the same strict standards as organic food.

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ZAO: The Premium Organic Makeup Products

July 2, 2012, 1:13 amFiled under: Eco Beauty > Eco Philosophy — Posted by Eco-Question Editor

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  • Yvan Rouvier
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ZAO has developed 100% natural formulas enriched with active organic ingredients. Let yourself be seduced by luminous colours and textures combining comfort and long lasting hold. An innovative product presented in a modern and botanical material: bamboo.

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Delizioso Skincare: Organic Skincare Beauty Products

June 30, 2012, 1:40 amFiled under: Eco Beauty > Eco Beauty > Eco Body & Skin Care > Eco Philosophy — Posted by Eco-Question Editor

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Delizioso Skincare is the most unique and effective line of 100% natural of skincare products on the market today. Their philosophy Natural made simple is actually quite simple. All Delizioso products contain 100% Natural pure, and Certified Organic ingredients. Their formulations include the purest essential oils, preserving the products with a Natural Antioxidant Preservative. Being the only company to use a preservative based on Essential and plant derivate Delizioso Skincare prides in being 100% Paraben and synthetic free.

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Intelligent Nutrients USDA Certified Organic Aromatics Perfumes

June 26, 2012, 9:28 pmFiled under: Eco Beauty > Eco Philosophy — Posted by Eco-Question Editor

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Pure Plant-Made Perfumes for Body, Skin, Hair & Home

Intelligent Nutrients, a certified organic health and beauty brand created by renowned environmentalist and Aveda founder, Horst Rechelbacher, presents Intelligent Nutrients USDA Certified Organic Aromatics on June 1, 2012.

From seed to scent, Certified Organic Aromatics are free of phthalates, petrochemicals and synthetics. They are made with food-grade essential oils and flavors so pure, they’re USDA certified. Their multi-functional Aromatics work with the body’s chemistry to harmonize your vibrational zones, set a mood or just make you smell amazing. All are beautifully and responsibly packaged for easy recyclability.

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The Langara College Biochar Project

June 25, 2012, 9:18 pmFiled under: Eco Philosophy — Posted by Eco-Question Editor

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Langara College began an active research project exploring the science of biochar production and use in September 2011. Developed and led by Chemistry instructor Kelly Sveinson, the biochar experimental reactor explores the potential of converting certain solid wastes into biochar (more commonly known as charcoal).

The project uses Langara’s experimental biochar reactor to convert a variety of biomass wastes into biochar, a substance similar to charcoal. Produced from pyrolysis of biomass (such as wood), biochar is a form of carbon that is removed from the atmosphere and has climate change mitigation potential. Biochar has also been shown to have soil benefits, and so may be a valuable amendment for agriculture or forestry applications. It can also be used as a renewable solid fuel.

Kelly is partnering with Diacarbon Energy Inc., an innovative biochar production company located in Burnaby, and being assisted by a team of students.

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