Nudie Jeans recycles worn-out denim into cool home goods They’ve made a limited run of rag rugs and foldable stools, both inspired by camping. The foldable stools can be used for travel or in small homes. The stool’s seat is woven from the inseams and outseams of jeans, and mounted on a steel frame. A […]
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Food versus fuel. That debate has held back progress in biofuels, which offer the promise of a low-carbon substitute for petroleum, but whose development could also exacerbate deforestation and other environmental ills. But what if you could genetically engineer a better brand of biofuel — one that’s richer in energy and lower in carbon? That’s exactly what Jack Newman and his team at Amyris Biotechnologies are doing.
Grist is the Colbert Report of climate change, the Daily Showof deforestation, the Oprah of oil dependency — except with real reporting and analytical journalism.