The Kobe-based company, who is in charge of the official outfits, hopes to engage the Japanese public in the upcoming 2020 Olympics.
There are so many way to be environmentally friendly and it all starts with three words: reduce, reuse, recycle.
From broken umbrellas to discarded curtains, no material is too shabby for designer Jesse Lee, who showcased his creations at a recent sustainable fashion show in Hong Kong.
Single-use plastic bags are among the most common items found in New Zealand coastal litter - the environmental group Greenpeace welcomed the decision to outlaw them.
Part of a worldwide network of 'gifting' groups, the idea is to offer items in good condition to other people, for free.
The European Union recycles only a quarter of the 25-26 million tonnes of plastics waste it produces per year, and about half of that was sent to China.
Less than 1% of coffee cups are recycled in Britain, which has led to politicians calling for a "latte levy" on disposable cups.
Effort part of Lego's commitment to reach zero waste in operations and use sustainable materials in its core products and packaging by 2030.
Ahead of Earth Day, April 22, which this year is focused on environmental literacy, take a look at the food waste movement, and what you can do to curb it in your own home.
It has launched a campaign to encourage recycling and love the environment.