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Ballot Bin Urges Smokers To Vote With Cigarette Butts
8 april 2016
Bin cleans up UK streets by encouraging smokers to place a vote with their cigarette butts
Shoes Designed to Kick Cigarette Smoking to the Curb
18 september 2015
Vans and truth collaborate on a youth non-smoking campaign
Butts Recycled as Energy Storage
11 august 2014
Researchers have discovered a method for converting cigarette ends into high-performing energy storage
Could Redesigning The Cigarette Help People Quit Smoking?
28 may 2014
This series of design ideas are aimed at aiding smokers with giving up the habit.
Landscape Crafted From Cigarette Butts Shows Smoking’s Effect On The Environment
9 october 2013
Artist Chris Jordan gathered discarded cigarette butts and photographed them to create a piece that looks like a forest.
Facebook Is As Addictive As Cigarettes And Booze [Headlines]
6 february 2012
Empirical evidence suggest that the world largest social network is as difficult to avoid as nicotine.
eCigarettes Help Users Find Fellow Quitters
24 october 2011
Smart quit-smoking devices allow those trying to give up the habit to find like-minded individuals through 'aware' packaging.
Facebook Addicted Teens More Likely To Do Drugs [Headlines]
30 august 2011
A survey says 12 to 17-year-olds on Facebook are 5 times more likely to try alcohol, smoking and drugs.
Philip Morris Sues Over Australian Plans To Ban Logos From Cigarette Packets [Headlines]
27 june 2011
Australian government plans to replace tobacco companies' branding with grisly images of the consequences of smoking.
Can Rebranding Encourage Better Health?
7 february 2011
A minimalist approach to cigarette packaging questions how much brand identity plays in keeping smokers in the habit.
Monocolumn: Giving Up A Criminal Habit
15 july 2010
There are few pleasures to be had behind bars, but smoking has always been one of them – a fixture of prison life as ubiquitous as locked doors and bare walls. For New Zealand’s jailbirds, though, those days are numbered.
Monocolumn: Why Giving Up Is Hard To Do
7 june 2010
A small tax increase on cigarettes brings into question the sneaky tactics of Japanese tobacco companies.
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