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Volvo supports seawall design that mimics a popular habitat for marine life
A multi-organisation effort has resulted in a boat made entirely from waste plastic that can help clear up still more plastic from rivers and waterways.
The war against plastics has found a new target – disposable toothbrushes.
A new base product used for 3D printing could usher in a more sustainable future for the industry.
This city initiative promotes plastic recycling by offering free public transport in return for plastic waste.
A visualisation specialist at a US university has created a 3D printed tactile map for people who are blind or have visual impairments.
A new refillable deodorant uses 50 percent less plastic than a regular disposable deodorant.
A new durable plastic has been developed that degrades harmlessly when composted and can be safely ingested by fish.
Researchers are using a new filter made from jellyfish mucus to reduce plastic waste found in seawater.
Dissolved denim can be transformed into an aerogel.
A drinks company has developed flavoured, edible straws to complement its drinks while cutting down on plastic waste.
Researchers have created a non-petroleum plastic film that is compostable and made from renewable materials
A Belgium based company is creating circular furniture designs for children to help encourage them to recycle.
A retail store has launched packaging free products, where customers can use a recognition app to retrieve AR product information.
An environmentally friendly cleaning brand has opened a pop-up to challenge customers to rethink the value of plastic waste.
Scottish startup is planning to release milk bottles made from an antimicrobial, biodegradable plastic alternative derived from crustacean shells.
LEGO has announced a new range of plant-shaped pieces made from sustainable sugar cane
Startup is looking to replace single-use plastic straws with an edible version that also biodegrades rapidly.
The dye could help find hidden plastic that is having a hugely negative impact on underwater environments and its inhabitants.
A compostable to-go drink container uses a three-step origami process to replace the need for plastic lids.
Indonesian company hopes to increase business for local seaweed farmers, while also reducing the amount of plastic that is being dumped in the ocean.