If you recycle and carry your groceries in a tote bag, keep in mind that reducing meat consumption is an essential part a sustainable lifestyle, according to the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP). As much as recycling helps, it is meat consumption that is doing the most damage. Here are three BIG reasons to quit meat for good:
New York University student Hana Newman has designed a dress to combat pollutants in the air. The “8” dress is a seemingly strange transparent bubble dress that filters the air for the user. It is also an art piece and a statement.
Of Newman’s creation, she comments:
“8 challenges inverted quarantine and the response to perceived toxic environments by exposing it's folly and highlighting the next trend in the green movement with an elegant dress.
Catalytic Clothing, in a project hoping to combine fashion, science, and a better future for the environment has designed a dress capable of purifying the air around it. “Herself” is a dress sprayed with a concrete mixture that purportedly absorbs pollutants in nearby air, and while that sounds pretty out there, it totally exists. In fact, the company that created the concrete, Italcementi, has already built some pollutant-absorbing structures across Europe.