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3D Printed Coral Reefs

3D Printed Coral Reefs

Studies suggest that up to half of the world's coral reefs have already been lost or severely damaged. And the negative development continues. Scientists predict that all corals will be threatened by 2050 and that 75 percent will face high to critical threat levels. Goad created a non-for-profit called Reef Design Lab. RDL is a unique design company that creates coastal habitat infrastructure and artificial reefs. The studio collaborates with international research partners to develop techniques for enhancing the ecological performance of marine structures through the use of 3D printing!
Eco Four Twenty Coconut Candle Featured in Canndora Gift Guide

Eco Four Twenty Coconut Candle Featured in Canndora Gift Guide

Canndora is a lifestyle brand, online shop and community that promotes unique accessories and brands that help connect women to the recreational and medicinal industry. Canndora continues to champion ground-breaking, innovative brands and products that help foster a more comfortable and accepting...
Eco Four Twenty Air Filter Featured In Leafly Gift Guide

Eco Four Twenty Air Filter Featured In Leafly Gift Guide

Eco Four Twenty Air Filter Featured in the Leafly Canada Holiday GiftGuide "Gifts For Parents" 2019! Founded in 2010, Leafly is an website that was created to help educate and increase accessibility to quality products. The website provides a platform for users to identify strain effects/lineage,...
Vegan Spider Silk: The New Plastic Alternative

Vegan Spider Silk: The New Plastic Alternative

With plastic waste creating an increasing burden on our waste management systems and planet's ecosystem, scientists at Cambridge University has created an eco-friendly alternative. Where did the inspiration for this come from? Spider silk! Keep reading to find out exactly how they did this, and what changes this will create for the world.
Tokyo 2020 Olympics: Gold Medal in Eco-Consciousness

Tokyo 2020 Olympics: Gold Medal in Eco-Consciousness

After thousands of years of Olympic games and celebrations, the environmental burdens from these mega-events are starting to add up. Eco Four Twenty explores the past, and current Olympic games to evaluate just how eco-friendly they are. With renewable energy and cardboard beds, Tokyo 2020 is setting the pace for greener Olympics in the future.