Protective armor is only for knights, right? Wrong. Kaynemaile has created the largest kinetic mesh “armor” facade in the southern hemisphere for the Pacific Fair Shopping Centre in the Gold Coast, Australia. This facade is made up of 10 million 28mm polycarbonate rings that change with the movement the wind and sun, is produced with no waste, and is fully recyclable.


Sustainability can be difficult to achieve, especially in lower income, low resource areas. That’s why Green Warrior Society helps non-profit organizations find planning experts to assist with their green projects all over the world. They do this for free or at a reduced cost in order to see sustainability spread across the globe.


Vibrant Energy’s new light bulb brings any event to the next level. This device connects to Bluetooth and plays crystal clear music while emitting bright LED lights. It can be remote controlled to adjust sound and switch between three different vibrant colors of light.


Advanced Microgrid Solutions (AMS) has come up with an ingenious energy storage system to lower energy costs and provide clean electric utilities. AMS can shift an entire fleet of buildings from grid power to battery power by deploying large networks of battery systems to buildings needing grid support.


Nature Remo has officially brought energy and money guzzling dinosaur window AC units into the 21st century. Just plug this little device into a wall outlet and then plug your AC unit into Nature Remo for immediate control in the palm of your hand. No more wasted energy cooling empty rooms, and no more wasted money.


Jarred Green writes a book about the future of sustainable design titled Designed for the Future: 80 Practical Ideas for a Sustainable World that covers some amazing sustainable cities around the world to inspire designers everywhere to design more sustainably and consciously for a future where most of the world’s population will live in cities.

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