GREEN INVENTIONS THAT COULD CHANGE THE WORLD The world has to change if it's to survive. Check out these incredible examples of sustainable innovation that could change the world as we know it, and pave the way for a more sustainable way of living. Smog Vacuum Cleaner A Dutch designer designed a large tower that eats smog as a local solution to air quality. The world's first 'smog vacuum cleaner' can suck up smog from the top and then releases the filtered air. (Source: Business Insider) Robot Bees A team from the Warsaw University of Technology has created a flying pollinating drone dubbed "B-Droid," as an autonomous system for plant pollination. (Source: Warsaw Research University) Seabins Two surfers wanted to clean up the world's oceans and created a bin that catches floating pollutants. A water pump sucks water through, and it only needs to be emptied once a month. (Source: Seabin) In-Store Herb Gardens A Dutch supermarket chain introduced in-store herb gardens to combat waste and give customers the freshest possible produce. Customers can then cut as many sprigs of the herbs as they need without buying pre-packaged plastic packs. (Source: SpringWise) What's on your list? Make your future dreams a reality. WebsiteMarketingSocial MediaRecruitingFractional COODesignStrategic PlanningFinancial Benchmarking HELP YOUR BUSINESS TODAY There's never been a greater push for sustainable products and technologies than there is today. Will the world soon turn into an episode of Black Mirror?