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Meet The Experts Who Will Decide The Hotel Of The Future
20 march 2014
These judges will dole out $50K in prizes for PSFK x Prodigy’s crowdsourced competition to design a hotel for the modern business traveler.
How To Live A More Adaptable Life [Future Of Home Living]
11 august 2013
Designer and founder of Treehugger discusses how reconfigurable spaces are delivering greater functionality in less space.
Crowd-Sourced Map Of NYC’s Bike Share Stations Revealed [Headlines]
15 may 2012
The NYC DOT held 250 meetings to get 10,000 suggestions for where to place bike-share stations around New York and Brooklyn.
Graham Hill: Are You Ready To Life-Edit? [Video]
12 may 2012
Graham says that it's time to reduce, remove and re-imagine.
How A Business Can Do More With Less [Need To Know]
5 may 2012
Graham Hill, founder of LifeEdited and Treehugger details key factors that can help a company be more focused, nimble, and flexible.
Piers Fawkes: Tis The Season To Avoid Green Gift Guides
30 november 2011
Could green bloggers and journalists be damaging the environment because their focus on the individual lets corporations off the hook?
YouTube Killed The TV Star: Infographic [Headlines]
3 november 2011
Google's video service continues to grow and gain popularity against the general decline of network television.
Using Design To Edit Our Lives, Improve Happiness & Reduce Eco-Impact [Video]
21 october 2011
Graham Hill speaks to PSFK about how his LifeEdited.org project which will spread ideas on spatial, product, behavioural and systems design.
If The Coal Industry Made An Energy Drink, Would You Drink It? [Headlines]
3 october 2011
The Renewable Energy Accountability Project made a mock-commercial for a fictional energy drink to highlight the negative effects of coal and coal mining.
Is There An Ethical Dilemma In Graham Hill’s Weekday Vegetarian Plan? [Headlines]
26 september 2011
Is it morally sound to selectively eat meat? Or should one just stick with either extreme?
Ed Cotton: Long-Term Thinking Movement Can Change The Way We Consume Resources
21 july 2011
Taking a cue from Treehugger, the director of strategy at BSSP encourages consumers to start valuing long-term profit over short-term gain instead of risking the depletion of all of Earth's resources.
Buyers Are Demanding Low-Carbon Products Despite Recession [Headlines]
6 july 2011
A study shows that the ethical consumer market has seen continuous growth, and they are also willing to punish products that do not have a low carbon footprint.
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