Autonomous Delivery Robots Now Share the Sidewalks With You

Watch where you’re stepping, because friendly autonomous delivery robots are now roaming the sidewalks with you. They are called KiwiBots, produced by Kiwi Campus and today more than 150 of these semi-autonomous machines have delivered some 35,000 orders to university campuses and surrounding communities. First developed in Medellin, Columbia at the kitchen table using an […]

How a Tax on the Pet Industry Could Save Our Planet

Almost $80 BILLION is spent on the U.S pet industry annually, up $10 billion from 2018’s total of around $69 billion. The American Pet Products Association (APPA) says that pets are now in more than 85 million American households, and millennials have recently overtaken baby boomers as the largest demographic of pet owners. So here […]

The Best Sustainable Plastic Straw Alternatives

Plastic straws and single-use plastics are being banned in locations worldwide at an exciting rate. Starting with individual corporations, entire countries have now implemented steps towards a complete elimination of the trash. Individual states like NY and Vermont have also joined in, making statements with their own green policies. Tens of billions of straws are […]

These Wooden Mechanical Educational 3D Puzzles Have Become Kids New Favorite Toys

It wasn’t that long ago that kids toys were made exclusively from wood. Today, toys like Barbie’s Dream House and Nerf guns bring are super sellers, bringing a ton of joy to kids ranking among the hottest selling products on the planet. One company however, has created dozens of alternatives made from wood (believe it […]

The Rules and Laws Governments Need to Enforce to Combat the Climate Crisis

We hear lots from our world leaders about reducing global carbon emissions, moving towards clean energy solutions, and cleaning up our oceans. But sometimes I wonder if governments are even actually thinking of solutions, or just adding buzzwords into their speeches for political gain. Plenty of chatter about reallocated funds and goals for reduced greenhouse […]

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