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Posts Categorized: Nature & Sustainability
By incorporating graphene into concrete, scientists have created a stronger and more sustainable water-resistant material.
A new packaging startup offers companies a sustainable shipping model with reusable packaging made from recycled materials.
Paper-based water bottle is biodegradable and disintegrates in just a few weeks.
A new foodbox hopes to reduce food waste by selling ‘ugly’ foods at a deep discount.
A fashion company is marketing a new sneaker with soles made from recycled gum.
Camera application provides visual representation of unseen dust both indoors and outdoors.
Using salt water as energy, this lantern offers a cost-effective and sustainable lighting alternative for rural communities.
The world’s largest brewer introduces its patent for brewing beer just below boiling temperature to reduce water consumption and CO2 waste.
A new sustainable design of sneakers are made from a combination of cork, natural rubber, recycled bottles and fungus.
A new travel subscription service offers transportation across multiple transport methods
An annual yacht race launches a campaign dedicated to raising awareness surrounding issues of ocean health.
A naturally occurring bacteria turns cellulose into a petrol substitute that gas-powered cars can use without requiring any modification.
Visitors can experience the Earth’s best and worst polluted cities at a new London art installation
A California biotech company has devised a vegan leather made from mushroom mycelium
Researchers have developed an enzyme that can digest certain types of plastics bringing new hope to end a ‘global crisis’.
Our latest Top 5 celebrates Earth Day 2018 with some of the most inspiring business ideas trying to change our attitude and behavior about plastics.
A discount barcode in a new reusable shopping bag is designed to encourage customers to reduce the number of plastic bags thrown away.
Scottish startup is planning to release milk bottles made from an antimicrobial, biodegradable plastic alternative derived from crustacean shells.
A newly developed micro-factory can recycle e-waste on site to reduce environmental impact and enhance community benefits.
A new method uses advanced machine learning technology to reduce error in yield prediction and make greenhouses more efficient.
A cement bag that dissolves in the mixer is now commercially available, helping to reduce waste throughout the construction process.