Yes we can, Canada!
The feedback was overwhelmingly positive. With a Facebook post he reached more than 70.000 people in the first 24 hours and a TV station asked him for an interview about the introduction of this ...
Vases made from seaweed fibres, mobile phone covers from the bark of trees, coffins from almond shells, mosaics from coconuts and bike frames from bamboo – these are just a few of the best tell-tale signs that progress in the coming years is set to be revolutionary. The use of natural materials, recycled materials and environmentally friendly product concepts is on the rise.
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