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Volvo supports seawall design that mimics a popular habitat for marine life
A new project open sources the design for a tricycle made from recyclable materials to tackle congestion in Mexico City.
A Chinese company is developing an artificial moon which would be used to illuminate city streets and save energy.
A performance has been created by a social design lab in order to raise awareness about debris filling the skies.
Innovators from a US fashion college have developed a method to grow biodegradable textiles using live organisms.
Researchers are using a new filter made from jellyfish mucus to reduce plastic waste found in seawater.
Using your location, calendar and the weather forecast, a new connected smart hanger recommends suitable outfits for you to wear.
Communities use bricks made entirely of plastic waste to create new social, green spaces and reduce the amount of local environmental pollution.
Startup uses cellular biology to create lab-grown fish for a truly sustainable food chain.
Visitors can experience the Earth’s best and worst polluted cities at a new London art installation
From credit cards and shopping bags to hair combs and water bottles, plastic has been integrated into every aspect of our lives. However, the manufactured material is leaving a harmful imprint upon our environment. As more businesses from all over the world announce their commitment to eliminating all single-use plastics from their operations, products and supply chain, we have selected 10 new innovative examples that bring about new ways of recycling plastic.
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A new gelatin-based bioplastic can be used in a multitude of ways, including interiors and exterior builds.
French packaging company is manufacturing bottles made from a completely plant-based, fully biodegradable and recyclable bioplastic.
Startup is currently testing a trash can that rewards crows with food when they drop in a cigarette butt.
Researchers at the Institut de Science des Materiaux de Mulhouse created a new use for the billions of gallons of wastewater from olive oil production.
Its creators hope the small device will open a dialogue between parents and their children about pollution and its effects.
A new polymer created from used cooking oil can cheaply remove toxic mercury from the environment.
An architect has been commissioned to design a city in China to beat pollution, which will be completed in the next three years.
To raise awareness of climate change, a team in the UK has developed a t-shirt that changes colour depending on the acidity of the water around it.
A German startup has devised an Internet of Things green space that is monitored electronically and removes pollution from the urban environment.
42 Technology hopes its Adaptable Carriage will help train operating companies to configure carriages according to demand.