In The Loop

Fashion Bacteria: Microorganisms bring eco-friendly colour to clothing

More and more these days we're being urged to go green - to use ethically-sourced products, recycle more and try to reduce our carbon footprint. That awareness has even spread to the fashion industry. And, as Sharon Ogunleye reports, one company in the UK has turned to an unlikely source to make its clothes more eco-friendly. #FashionIndustry #Recycling #CarbonFootprint

Swedish designer fights pollution with potatoes | Money Talks

Swedish designer fights pollution with potatoes | Money Talks

Drivers in Tanzania switch to eco-friendly fuel | Money Talks

Drivers in Tanzania switch to eco-friendly fuel | Money Talks

Eco cemetery plans to grow forest over graves

Eco cemetery plans to grow forest over graves

Compostable Cutlery: Designer invents cutlery made of potatoes

Compostable Cutlery: Designer invents cutlery made of potatoes

Thoughts in Motion: Mouhssine Ennaimi on organ trafficking

Thoughts in Motion: Mouhssine Ennaimi on organ trafficking

In the Loop: We were there - Andrea Sanke

In the Loop: We were there - Andrea Sanke

In the Loop: We were there - Soraya Salam

In the Loop: We were there - Soraya Salam

In the Loop: July 15th - We Were There

In the Loop: July 15th - We Were There

July 15 - Thoughts in Motion: Arabella Munro

July 15 - Thoughts in Motion: Arabella Munro

July 15 - Thoughts in Motion: Soraya Salam

July 15 - Thoughts in Motion: Soraya Salam

July 15 - Thoughts in Motion: Yasin Eken

July 15 - Thoughts in Motion: Yasin Eken

July 15 - Thoughts in Motion: Andrea Sanke

July 15 - Thoughts in Motion: Andrea Sanke

July 15 - Thoughts in Motion: Mohsin Mughal

July 15 - Thoughts in Motion: Mohsin Mughal

Women on War: Reporting from the Frontline

Women on War: Reporting from the Frontline

Woman On War: Arwa Damon, CNN Correspondent

Woman On War: Arwa Damon, CNN Correspondent

Woman On War: Shelly Kittleson, Independent Journalist

Woman On War: Shelly Kittleson, Independent Journalist

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