Colorado is planning on becoming the second state to legalize recomposition

Following Washington State which legalized natural organic reduction or the contained accelerated conversion of human remains to soil this past May, Colorado represenatives want to bring what is commonly called recomposition to the state.  A representative with a mission Representative…

2019 Good Funeral Award winners announced

Every year death care companies from around the UK  gather to find out who has accelerated throughout the year. The Good Funeral Awards are an initiative of the association of green funeral directors (AGFD), a non-profit organization whose mission is…

Can the soothing and comforting familiarity of water cremation bring a new end of life body disposal option to the public?

Alkaline hydrolysis, water cremation, bio cremation, resomation, green cremation, flameless cremation, or aquamation. It all refers to an alternative water based and Eco-friendly cremation option for consumers. A third option While they are standard and accepted options today, cremation by…

What recomposition means for the death care industry

The death care industry attracted global headlines when the USA became the first place to legalize human recomposition, a sustainable way to expedite decomposing. Creating new opportunities for the industry to innovate and build off of. USA takes the lead…

Paris opens first green cemetery

Parisians will now be able to reduce their carbon footprints even after death: A 17,000-square-foot section with 150 green-burial plots has opened in the Southern suburb of Ivry-sur-Seine. It is part of the larger City of Paris Cemetery in Ivry-sur-Seine,…

The Coeio Infinity Mushroom Burial Suit

In 2011 TED Talks blew up the end of life choice discussion with a talk by Jae Rhim Lee. Promoting a suit that would be a greener alternative for individuals looking to minimize their impact on the planet not only…