SustentaLab

Laboratório de engajamento e conteúdo.

A SustentaLab é um laboratório de inteligência em engajamento e redes digitais, que desenvolve e compartilha modelos, técnicas e processos que potencializam o alcance e a efetividade de campanhas e projetos sociais orientados pela sustentabilidade.

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can-you-feel-my-farts:

affectedline:

hellbunnyshutch:

Reblogging because this actually is a thing that should concern more people. 

^^^^

umm lavender smells amazing and cilantro tastes like jesus so if thats not incentive enough

(via mamisgarden)

ideiasgreen:

Escadarias recebem #streetart. Artistas no mundo inteiro usam os degraus como local de expor suas artes.

Debaixo para cima: Istambul (Turquia), Valparaiso (Chile), São Francisco (EUA), Santa Maria del Monte (Italia), Berlin (Alemanha), Valparaiso (Chile), Rio de Janeiro (Brasil), Angers (França), Chicago (EUA) e Valparaíso (EUA).

via MNN

msruhhnoir:

Ferniture, via Habitat Horticulture

If you’re into “green” / living furniture (and, really, who isn’t?!), additional examples can be found in earlier Gardens in Unexpected Places posts here

(via conservative-failure)

saveplanetearth:

Harvard researchers have just pointed to neonics - a highly toxic pesticide - as the main culprit behind honeybee colony collapse. But why are these pesticides so harmful? @ Earth Justice

saveplanetearth:

Harvard researchers have just pointed to neonics - a highly toxic pesticide - as the main culprit behind honeybee colony collapse. But why are these pesticides so harmful? @ Earth Justice

saveplanetearth:

Harvard researchers have just pointed to neonics - a highly toxic pesticide - as the main culprit behind honeybee colony collapse. But why are these pesticides so harmful? @ Earth Justice

saveplanetearth:

Harvard researchers have just pointed to neonics - a highly toxic pesticide - as the main culprit behind honeybee colony collapse. But why are these pesticides so harmful? @ Earth Justice

(via world-realities)

urbanbricolage:

Turning a street in Bristol into a giant water slide : urban bricolage can bring lots of fun!

I like the way participants have a look of pleasure and fear in their eyes. they seem to slide in and out of control with their body and forces of gravity. personally, I found the little adrenalin rush you get at the end, quite addictive.’ Luke Jerram

via myfairyfingers

(via thisbigcity)

mixgreen:

recycled skateboard

(via mamisgarden)

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