My Green World’s Blog

May 26, 2010, 6:27 PM
Filed under: Green Labels, New Ideas, Organic

If I see it around, that’s definetly my new cigarette (hopefully is good too;)

Greenbutts it’s an all-natural cigarette with additive and chemical-free tobacco (which gotta be better for the smokers too, right?). Also, the filters are biodegradable with seeds that may be collected in planters and grow grass, flower, fruit, herb, or even trees.

Read more here (Source: Springwise)


April 5, 2010, 8:11 PM
Filed under: Green Labels, New Ideas, Organic, Vegetarian

Green deliveries is not exactly a new thing anymore – sandwiches, markets now can be deliveried by bike, which is great. But Soupcycle comes also with a nice proposition to you: became a soupetarian! With 3 types of soup – vegan, veggie and meaty – you can choose their next’s week soup, some sides (bread, salads…) and order it.

The cool thing is that all the process is really green: SoupCycle buys  the organic vegetables from local farmers, make the soup, load it onto a bicycle and deliver it to you.

Negative point: they only cover Portland, Oregon area. Maybe it’s a good business idea for the rest of the world =)

Banana’s Underwear
March 22, 2010, 9:42 AM
Filed under: Green Labels, Organic

Aussiebum has been the first brand to develope underwears made from the weave of the bark from the banana tree and organic cotton. They just released the new (cheesy) ad and the price is around USD 26 – USD 27,00.

ED ucation
November 25, 2009, 10:16 AM
Filed under: Design, Green Labels, New Ideas

In this website Ed, sponsored by NewPage, you can be eco-educated in everything that has to do with paper, design, printing, etc. The idea is to help designers (and even anyone) to develop more eco-friendly stuff.

Originally from It’s Green Design.


November 20, 2009, 10:52 AM
Filed under: Design, Green Labels, New Ideas, Technology

Australia has lately emerged as one of the major promoter of eco-friendly brands.

Now and then, we’ve been posting many nice things from australian’s companies such as this lovely KeepCup. These takeaway coffee cups are unbreakables, pill-proof and has better heat-retaining properties than paper or glass. It comes in three universal sizes (small, medium and large) and the price varies from AU$ 10,20 to AU$ 14,20.

September 9, 2009, 1:15 PM
Filed under: Design, Green Labels, Recycling, Take Action


Plup is a Finnish independent company which donates 0,10 euros from each PLUP bottle sold, directly to the Baltic Sea Action Group. These donated funds are used in full for cleaning up the Baltic Sea. The bottles holds 400 ml (a pint, basically) also, they’re made from modified PET, a highly recyclable plastic. You can watch their videos here.



Used Oil becames Candles
September 7, 2009, 10:18 PM
Filed under: Green Labels, New Ideas, Recycling


In Tokyo, the brand Filt avoids polution by re-using cooking oil to make local candles. They call themselves as ultra-local, actually. The reason is that their raw material comes from Chubby caferia that’s happy to hand over its used cooking oil to Filt, which carefully filters the oil to remove odors and sediment. After adding pigments and a vanilla scent, the filtered oil is poured into glass jars that the company collects from local recycling bins.

Candle’s prices are between JPY 2,000–3,600 (USD 20–36) and it’s easy to find and buy in boutiques and at Chubby, which also uses the candles on its own tables.