Nau's Grant for Change

Article: Nau's Grant for Change

Among the ten finalists for Nau’s $10k Grant for Change are a design for an infant warmer, a mobile food and film project, a U.S. Marine youth fitness program and a platform that connects designers to non-profits in need of some visual know-how. Now in its second year, Grant for Change accepts any proposal that puts design at the forefront of driving social change. To give contestants an idea of what they’re looking for, Nau cites projects like TED, Engineers Without Borders and the Eye Writer Project, which makes me wonder how the all-vegetarian group “The Giving Tree Band” made the cut. The so-called “greenest act in America” has a mission statement that just might make you turn a shade of their favorite color:

Nau teams up with The Bamboo Bike Project

Article: Nau teams up with The Bamboo Bike Project

As if Nau, the Oregon-based “eco-friendly activewear and outdoor clothing” gurus couldn’t get any cooler, check out the pop-up shop in Soho, which boasts not only a great-looking space (think lots of wood and raw materials) but has been home to a number of impressive events over the last month, featuring activism organizations, designers like…

Green Clothing Company

Article: Green Clothing Company

If you are into green products and also love to look fashionable, then make sure to check out this warehouse sale from NAU, one of the premiere clothing designers in the world of sustainable garments. Check out the NAU website []. If you do not live in the NYC area, you can find out where…