Inspiration

February 7, 2018
London's Underground and a hand holding a small plant

The World’s First Totally Green Underground Farm

From Long-Forgotten Bomb Shelters to the World’s First Subterranean Farm During World War II, the Nazi regime set out to destroy Britain, unleashing barrage after barrage of bombs on London and surrounding cities. How do you protect a large civilian population from such an onslaught? You build bomb shelter tunnels […]
January 11, 2018
cosmetics company not animal tested feature

Winning the War against Animal Cruelty

October 23, 2017

Angela Luna Brings Good News to Refugees with Life-Saving Jackets

Designing Clothes that Save Lives Angela Luna is 23 years old. She was recently named to the Forbes “30 Under 30 Art & Design” list. Angela Luna is a clothing designer. But, Angela is about much more than just fashion. Overwhelmingly inspired by the plight of refugees around the world, […]
August 31, 2017
IGA Green Roof

A 25,000 sq. feet rooftop garden makes IGA in Canada King of Green

Canadian Supermarket Disrupts the Green Roof Concept When tasked by the local government with the job of making their roof green, IGA Famille Duchemin, a large supermarket in St. Laurent, Canada, decided to take things to the next level. Rather than employing green energy technologies, they built a 25,000 square […]