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The use of a sustainable material in every part of a building could alter the very nature of construction for a more sustainable future.
India-based company has developed menstrual pads from banana plant fibres that are free from harsh chemicals and biodegrade within six months.
A startup is using bacteria to produce an economically viable, biological-based alternative to traditional clay brick.
Researchers have been inspired by geckos’ feet to develop a liquid crystalline elastomer material that bends in set directions in response to heat and light.
An expedition cruise ship is making big strides in protecting marine environments.
Dutch designer has devised an innovative new leather made from palm leaves, reducing the hefty carbon footprint of the textile industry.
China-based research into using nuclear fusion as a clean energy source is the first to achieve temperatures of over 100-million degrees Celsius paving the way for artificial sun technology.
From recycling waste products to closing gaps in efficiency, these seven curated innovations highlight the crossovers between sustainability and the circular economy.
A new base product used for 3D printing could usher in a more sustainable future for the industry.
A new accommodation website is an alternative to Airbnb and only lists housing that is sustainable.
A design graduate is using a plant called soft rush to create furniture and packaging material.
A new robot can travel through pipes to identify leaks and help reduce water waste.
An architecture firm have designed a modular concrete sidewalk tile with holes for redirecting rainwater to reduce flooding risks and raise climate change awareness.
The first hydrogen-powered train turns hydrogen and oxygen into electricity to power speeds of up to 140 kilometres per hour.
The sustainable house has been built so it generates more energy than it uses.
Springwise explores the world of opportunities open to us in the future through the current work of next-generation innovators.
Sri Lankan paint company created a symbolic temple paint using waste from Buddhist flower offerings.
A new skyscraper features a folded design that blends solid aluminium panels with strategically-placed glass to reduce heat from sunlight and therefore save energy.
A one-person aircraft powered by lithium polymer batteries is designed to be flown over water and non-congested areas.
Dissolved denim can be transformed into an aerogel.
Specially- designed shoes improve ballerinas’ comfort and shoe durability through 3D printing.