This Shangri-La Green featured product represents a small change that makes a big difference for an eco-conscious New Year’s Resolution. Switching to the aluminum reusable coffee filter has been rewarding, knowing that is a significant household reduction in waste. The one pictured above is a large basket filter; there is also a k-cup version.
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Shangri-La Green + Featured Product: Bamboo
The new Shangri-La Green page features non-toxic, organic, eco-conscious products as well as those related to longevity and wellness, and overall higher materials and manufacturing standards. Green products have been featured sporadically on the site and now will be more regularly. The product features will be those tried & tested to be beneficial. The firstContinue reading “Shangri-La Green + Featured Product: Bamboo”
Chemistry, Environment + Public Health: Portable Waste To Energy — A Trashcan That Powers Your Home
Waste management is such an important issue right now and for the future of earth that the value of innovation in this area is greater than currency. In other words, sustainable innovations going on right now and their acceleration are tremendously valuable. If anyone tries to hoard technology or charge top dollar, that could haveContinue reading “Chemistry, Environment + Public Health: Portable Waste To Energy — A Trashcan That Powers Your Home”
Tech + Materials: The Buzz On Graphene
Graphene is inorganic/human-assembled crystalline carbon, laid out flat in 2D sheet, with a hexagonal lattice configuration. This is copying nature: Bees use hexagonal packing for their honeycombs to maximize space. Carbon has many forms and uses since it’s one fundamental constituent of our material reality. Like other elements, it’s a type of atom, with aContinue reading “Tech + Materials: The Buzz On Graphene”