PHOTOS: An Exclusive Look Inside Buenos Aires’ Greenpeace Offices

by , 07/05/11

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From kitchen cupboards to meeting tables, all wood within Greenpeace’s Buenos Aires offices is made from Brazilian FSC wood. An ‘open source’ Greenfreeze technology developed by the NGO itself is being used in the kitchen’s fridge and air conditioning, saving up to 25% in energy. When the kitchen’s FSC wood recycling bins fill up, a local recycling cooperative comes to pick it up to give new use to the discarded material.

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  1. 1heartopened July 6, 2011 at 11:37 pm

    *Sighs* I love it. Place hire me!!

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