• Sarah

    Super cool, but I think I’d end up stepping on the polar bear.

  • Gustavion

    Oh wow, this is great. Wouldn’t it be great to have some global-warming-denying friends over for dinner around this rug!

    http://www.simpletop.net – Stop your postal junk mail, protect the environment, protect your identity.

  • http://www.remyc.com Remy Chevalier

    You’ve seen one polar bear, you’ve see’em all. What happens when you run over the little bear with your vacuum cleaner? Does it come with a few spares in case of wear and tear? Or is this the last one, and once it gets stomped on by a deluge of happy feet, that’s it, no more, just a pale memory of what once was. “There used to be a polar bear there, now it’s gone…”



  • http://www.triond.com/users/nicki+b Nicki B.

    I want one! It looks so comfy.

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  • Candy

    What does this carpet tell us? Nani Marquina´s contribution to the global warming. Some symbols need to be added: Ships, trucks and airplanes;

    the routes of transportation of the wool from New Zealand to India; the carpet from India to Spain, from Spain to the rest of the world.
    It rather makes the problem worse than good.

    Nanimarquina is only pushing up her fame and fortune at the expenses of others.

    Another product of the category: “Products that nobody needs”

  • kevin

    Yes but she means well, like Al Gore buying carbon credits to offset his home’s energy use which is 20 times the average US residential use. But if you mean well you get a pass unlike others who get hammered because they disagree on the issue. They are doing wonderful things with recycled fibre that could have been used here. People need to walk their talk – Nani doesn’t care enough to really make a difference.

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  • http://attayaya.blogspot.com attayaya

    nice rug
    but we have to save the polar bear first

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    this is a great way to get out the save the polar bear message. If more stores especially carpeting stores used this a much larger audience would get the point.

    On another note many carpet makers are using eco-friendly materials now.

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    Global Warming and Climate Change is the biggest environmental issue that we face these days. the long term effects of these environmental changes to a nations economy is quite damaging. there would be a shortage in food supply as well as on water supply too.

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