I had been wondering about this contest
for a while. Now I know how it ended up!
A couple months ago I somehow found out about this contest and wanted to enter in it. I tried really hard and sketched tons of ideas but never followed through with it once school got busy. Maybe i’ll post some of my sketches if I find them!
This is the winning design for Cereplast’s “Make Your Mark” logo contest. The symbol is meant to represent a product that has been made with bioplastics. The creator of the original recyclable logo, Dr. Gary Anderson was there to announce the winner, Laura Howard, who created it:
very awesome. Especially the recognition and cash prize!
Time to return to studying History of Graphic Design. and more Illustration homework!
BioPlastics in Landfills a Bad Idea
According to University of North Carolina researchers, biodegradable products such as compostable service-ware do more harm than good when they end up in landfills. The study, published online May 27 in Environmental Science & Technology, points to increased interest in the use of biodegradable materials because they are believed to be “greener.” But when they end up in a landfill - as a large percentage of these products do - the materials degrade anaerobically to form methane and carbon dioxide.
Future of Bioplastics and Cereplast
Biopolymers Symposium, What are Green Plastics?, Green Plastics, Bioplastics, biodegradable plastics, manage the carbon footprint, traditional plastic resins, Managing The Carbon Cycle, Cradle to Cradle, fossil fuel based plastics, Long-Term Trends Driving Bioplastics Growth, Bioplastics Market Sizing, Biopropylene Hybrid Resin Opportunity, Global polypropylene market, Bioplastics Competitive Landscape, Cereplast Business Model, Cereplast Hybrid Resins, Cereplast Compostables Resins Read at http://business.wesrch.com/pdfBU187QOHYSWAG
Organ Donation & Transplantation: Nursing, Availability, and Survival
International Perspective on Organ Donation and Transplantation, 3 International Challenges, Shortage of Nursing Staff, Shortage of Available Donor Organs, Survival Improvement on the long term, Acute Nursing Shortage, Stressors in (Transplant) Nursing, Transplant Nursing Education, Donor Transplant nurse coordinators, Effective donors pmi, Transplant activity pmi Europe, Organ donation, Donation on the Meso-level, Role of Nurse Donor Coordinator, Managing chronic conditions Read at http://medical.wesrch.com/pdfME1T5L6NVDAGC
Sugar Cane Plastic - [INFOgraphic]
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