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The Living Cocoon Coffin

What does it mean for you and the environment? You can decide to be buried in a coffin made from fungi-like mycelium fibres

The Living Cocoon Loop Coffin, image by Bob Hendrikx of Delft University, Netherland. (

If you are one of those who are passionate about the environment, and you are keen to do your own bit, before and even after death, then there is a new way to do just that. There is now a fast compositing coffin, made from fungi-like mycelium fibres.

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