Ecovative is the US-based company behind Mushroom Materials, which is made from agricultural waste (like stalks and seed husks ) and fungal mycelium (a natural, self-assembling glue). Ecovative doesn’t want to keep the funghi to itself – it wants everyone from designers and artists to educators and innovators to develop all kinds of compostable products and projects.
2014 AIA COTE Top Ten Winner: The David and Lucile Packard Foundation Headquarters - EcoBuilding Pulse. This LEED platinum building uses WoodTrends Acoustical Ceiling System! See the product here: http://bit.ly/1jMiSKZ
Welcome to Global Soundscapes - to celebrate earth day, one soundscape ecologist from Purdue University wants you to participate in a global project to map the soundscapes of our planet. We can use this information to learn about the health of the Earth and detect changes in our acoustic environment.