In 2013, eco trends spanned more industries than ever before, and showed that a wide range of businesses are capable of integrating eco-friendly innovations.
One of the most apparent spheres that displayed interesting shifts in terms of environmental responsibility was packaging. From edible packaging to angular, minimalist cardboard casing, industries from wine to clothing integrated interesting, cutting-edge packaging designs that were more sustainable than designs of the past. Creating more shelf appeal while attracting consumers who are invested in the environment, this shift will likely continue for years to come.
The hotel and travel industry is another industry that saw much innovation when it came to sustainability. With eco architecture constantly on the rise, the hospitality industry has begun integrating these designs to create a guilt-free experience for guests.
Eco is an industry that's rapidly changing. To help keep up with this unstoppable shift, be sure to check out Trend Hunter's Eco Trend Report.
Stats for Top 100 Eco Trends of 2013
Trending: Older & Popular
Research: 69,195 clicks in 125 w
Interest: 2.9 minutes
Concept: Eco Trends1
Related: 853 examples / 656 photos
Segment: Neutral, 18-55+
Comparison Set: 312 similar articles, including: wooden diy bicycles, minimalist framed home designs, and eco-friendly metallic furniture.
Top 100 Eco Trends of 2013
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Minimalist Framed Home Designs
Wooden DIY Bicycles
Eco-Friendly Metallic Furniture
Window Pane Plugs
Eco-Friendly Cozy Cottages
From Plantable Food Packages to Eco-Friendly Portable Hotels
By: Courtney Scharf - Published: Jan 2, 2014