Once a year, people are encouraged to reflect on the decisions they make in regards to how they affect the environment; these low-impact discoveries illustrate that many have chosen to expand the influence of Earth Day beyond April 22 and continually address the issues that face the environment.
With so many different areas -- fashion, architecture, food and transportation -- affecting the environment, it's no surprise that everything from baby food to modern art has had or soon will have a green-makeover.
Advertising campaigns often take imagery from environmental hazards to exemplify the harmful impact that certain industries and products exact on the planet while clothing companies resort to organic material to reduce their carbon footprint.
Human Plant Sculptures (UPDATE)
Earth Day Eco Innovation
Recycling Retro Phones
Mutant Humans for Global Warming
In Honor of Earth Day and Those Continuing to Reduce Carbon Footprints
By: Andrew Robertson - Published: Apr 23, 2012