in the spotlight
Posted by Shirley Brady on October 20, 2010 12:00 PM
Today's TED Talk: artist Dianna Cohen discusses her work involving plastic bags and pollution — a battle that touches on brands aiming to make their products, processes and packaging more sustainable and eco-conscious, particularly as more communities move to ban plastic bags.
The innovation-spurring lecture series just honored another artist, granting France's simply named JR its $100,000 TED Prize for 2011. See his work putting a human face (literally) on the world's slums after the jump.
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