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Escaper by Sohta Mori

The born of the Skyscrapers gives us the ability to escape from the stressful situations on the ground like the heavy traffic, polluted air and the like. Designer Sohta Mori has created the Escaper as an instrument to catch the escaping from the ground. This skyscraper has a twisted body avoiding direct visual contact to the ground. In addition, it has an artificial ground and every floor has its own large floating garden that definitely produces air to every floor and of course prevents the absorption of direct heat from sunlight. In addition, its twisted body adds up the beautiful look of the building accentuated with the gardens that looks very refreshing.



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Eco-friendly Biodegradable Cocoa Color Bowl From Grenware

With all the rampant call for living the eco-friendly life to help save the environment, giving in should not be hard at all because almost everything you need these days have eco-friendly design just like the Eco-friendly Biodegradable Cocoa Color Bowl From Grenware that you can use when dining. The bowl is made of earth friendly materials, grain husks, which are 100% biodegradable materials, which made this bowl an eco-friendly one.

Available for purchase in set of four, the bowl is available in cocoa color, which is elegant enough to match with your other dinner wares.

Eco-friendly Biodegradable Cocoa Color Bowl From Grenware

Eco-friendly Biodegradable Cocoa Color Bowl From Grenware

The bowl measure 6.5 inches in diameter, which made it perfect for your delicious soup. The bowls are perfect and durable for outdoor use. Other than the cocoa color, the bowls are also available in natural light brown color that uses no dyes or bleaches to achieve the said color. However, the cocoa color is still safe and eco-friendly because it uses ground coconut shell to achieve the dark chocolate brown color. The bowls are lightweight and have a similar feel to your plastic dinner wares but are more attractive and durable. Though the bowls are durable enough to be washed in your dishwasher, it will shorten the life span of your bowls, which is estimated to be five years before it starts showing some marks of wear and tear. Please note that these bowls are not recommended for microwave use. [Click here to learn more about Eco-friendly Biodegradable Cocoa Color Bowl From Grenware]

Eco-friendly Biodegradable Cocoa Color Bowl From Grenware

U.S. Army In Fort Irwin Goes Green

The U.S. Army’s Fort Irwin base in the Mojave Desert in California has unveiled its installation of a 500-megawatt solar energy project and is expected to be the Department of Defense’s biggest Solar Project. The project’s solar power is going to be generated via photovoltaic panels and solar concentrators wherein the solar energy is collected and converted into an electricity via a turbine.

This solar power plant has the ability to produce 1,250 gigawatt of electricity annually, which is a way much more than the natural gas or coal power plant that produces between 600 megawatts and 800 megawatts. The base solar power plant will power for Irwin’s facilities for training and communication with NASA mission.

Fort Irwin Solar Power Plant

Source: Fort Irwin via CNET News

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