On April 22, 1970, millions of Americans observed the first official “Earth Day” with teach-ins held at thousands of colleges and universities throughout the country. The original idea, introduced by U.S. Senator Gaylord Nelson, was to organize activities to draw attention to threats to the environment and build support for conservations efforts.
Every day, it seems that creative and forward-thinking people are responding to the rising demand for inventions that are both useful and ecologically conscious. Some products seem to be straight out of Black Mirror—with their sleek, modern designs—while others are still in their clunky trial stages. We’ve compiled a list of five green creations that give us hope for the future of our planet. Their patent filing trends and insights have also been presented.
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