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Ellen DeGeneres’ vegan dating show + Mount Everest could be gone by 2100

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Ellen Degeneres and Mount Everest

Roll up! Roll up! It’s time to check out our favourite stories in the eco world this fortnight…


Vegan dating is here (thanks to Ellen DeGeneres)
Vegan DatingIf you’re vegan and single, and ready to mingle, then NBC’s new dating show might be how you find true love.

First Dates is based on the U.K. edition, which documents people on dates at the same restaurant. The U.S. version will be exec-produced by Ellen DeGeneres, and according to producers, is specifically seeking single people who are on plant-based diets. No word on why vegans are being preferred (besides them absurdly attractive, obviously) but no doubt it has to do with DeGeneres’ own vegan diet. Get the full story on Ecorazzi now…


Wool and the GangWool and the Gang launches DIY crochet collection
Wool and the Gang is ready to hook you on its housewares. The urban-chic label, whose do-it-yourself “knit kits” allow hobbyists to create runway-ready pieces of their own (think chunky beanies, shoulder-baring sweaters, and plunging V-neck tanks), has launched a new line of crocheted accessories for hearth and home.

Get the scoop on Ecouterre now…


Mount EverestMount Everest could be completely gone by 2100
It may become easier to climb Mount Everest in the decades to come, and that’s not at all a good thing.

Climate scientists have stated that recent research suggests the glaciers atop the world’s highest peak may melt by the end of the century *shudders*. Check out the story on Treehugger…


Electroloom: First Desktop 3D-Printer for Clothes
The idea behinElectroloomd the Electroloom is to make it even easier for anyone to become a designer, which would in turn mean less waste in clothes production and items would have a smaller carbon footprint. Sounds too good to be true?

With this advanced 3D fabric printer the Electroloom team say that in order to design and create seamless fabric items all you would need is the Electroloom and a bit of CAD know how. Read the full story on Ecouterre now…


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