green supply management

Adidas, Parley Create World’s First Sneakers Made From Ocean Trash

adidas-parley-for-the-oceans-recycled-sneakers-1-537x403Adidas’s newest sneaker is a load of garbage—ocean garbage, that is. The sportswear giant has teamed up with Parley for the Oceans, a multidisciplinary band of “creators, thinkers and leaders” who want to make ocean debris a valuable material for the fashion industry, to create the world’s first shoe upper made entirely from reclaimed ocean plastic and illegal deep-sea gillnets.… read more »

Smart Energy Conference

circular2015_energysmart_2015The  ESPhil 2015 will once again gather business leaders, energy experts and policy makers to exchange insights on breaking the cycle of energy crisis and rising energy prices that have been hounding the country year after year and how to establish stable, sustainable and competitive energy supply that can support the country’s path to rapid growth and development.… read more »

From San Diego to Manila: Off the Grid Living in a Tiny House

This is the description of a dream come true of the off-the-grid, urban, tiny house adventure of Rob Greenfield.

It is a voice and example for those who wish to simplify their life and learn to tread lightly on the earth while leaving a positive impact on humanity.… read more »