8th
DEC

Have your car wheels ever gone flat? That may soon be a thing of the past if Bridgestone has its way… Read More >>

6th
DEC

Posted by Nicole Lininger | Filed under Green Innovation


Have you ever caught fireflies or put many of them in a jar to create a lamp? Philips is taking that idea to the house in an effort to put another take on the idea of “natural” lighting. The picture on your left shows an odd combination of jars, each of which contain bioluminescent bacteria. Methane gas is released into the jars, creating a green glow that is independent of electricity or solar power. Read More >>

18th
MAY

Not everyone is born with a green thumb. Even if Mother Nature blessed you with this skill, it can still be tricky at times to know when to give your plants a drink. Give your greenery too much water and it’ll drown; not enough and it could shrivel up and die. That equal balance can be tough to achieve, especially for a novice.

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6th
MAY

With all the traveling InventHelp’s Invention Girl does, I’ve become a pro at packing light. Not only is it easier, it’s almost a necessity now with the numerous airline bag restrictions and security measurements. These rules can really make you try your best to keep your luggage small and light.

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1st
MAR

Posted by Nicole Lininger | Filed under Green Innovation


Twitter Ball

Generally speaking, light fixtures are made to either brighten up a dark area or used as a decorative accessory; not be an advocate for environmental issues. That’s not the case with this green invention.

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10th
FEB

Chikutan Sticks

When you order a drink at the bar, you’re usually getting more than you bargained for. Alcoholic beverages contain various impurities that can be hard on the liver, as well as slightly alter the taste of the drink. The priciest alcohol contains some impurities, even if you paid $100 for it!

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3rd
NOV

Junk mail has been generally accepted as a fact of life. Annoying as it may be, there wasn’t really much anyone could do to stop it. Besides being downright annoying, junk mail is terrible for the environment. Think of all the trees that are cut down to make it and how much space it is taking up in a landfill!

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14th
MAY

Posted by Nicole Lininger | Filed under Green Innovation


Daily Grommet

InventHelp’s Invention Girl loves fresh fruit and vegetables. What I don’t love is that these fruits and vegetables seem to start going bad as soon as I get them home. I feel so wasteful spending money on fresh produce only to throw it away before I get a chance to enjoy it. Unfortunately, I’m not the only one that has this problem. According to the USDA, Americans throw away about $600 of spoiled produce every year – what a waste!
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30th
APR

360 Paper BottleThere’s nothing like the convenience of grabbing a bottle of water from the fridge before you run out the door. They’re perfect to take to the office, gym or just about anywhere. All that convenience unfortunately comes at a price. Americans throw away about 60 million plastic bottles a day. It’s estimated that only 1 in 5 bottles are actually recycled. Sadly, those that aren’t end up in landfills. While in the landfill, a single plastic bottle can take up to 700 years before it starts composting – yikes! Read More >>

23rd
SEP

Posted by Nicole Lininger | Filed under Green Innovation


EcofontHere at InventHelp, we try to keep the environment in mind when we print out emails, presentations and office documents. For those times when hitting the print button is a necessity, InventHelp’s Invention Girl has found a new type of font that uses less ink! Read More >>


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