Shoe company creates soles made from a sustainable plant-based material and encourages other companies to do the same.
Posts Categorized: Sustainability
A partnership between council officials and local restaurants hopes to restore and protect the surrounding barrier reef by diverting oyster shells from landfill.
Portable tracker delivers water quality data in real time that could defend against flash floods and algae blooms.
As part of the new Generation Innovators (Gen-I) series, Springwise visited the Dyson School of Engineering’s exhibition to scout out the future generation of inventors.
A new smart case uses sensor technology to detect when a phone is in free fall and immediately triggers a protection mechanism.
A new public space uses repurposed plastic to build a floating park in Rotterdam while its design also prevents more plastic waste from entering the ocean.
An electric company has created an app to send live updates on carbon and electricity usages while also altering users when to switch things on and off.
A Belgian supermarket is creating the shortest supply chain possible by growing produce on its roof and selling it in-store an hour later.
Inspired by cuttlefish, this new autonomous underwater robot propels itself with undulating fins, making it ideal for a variety of tasks.
Engineers have developed a way to strengthen concrete using extracts from root waste vegetables.
One of China’s leading technology companies introduces a mini, wall-mounted washing machine that is quiet and a space and energy saver.
Our latest Top 5 feature brings you some of the latest innovative smart home solutions to help you save water, conserve energy and lower your bills while also staying connected.
A newly created flexible bio-based paper battery could enable the development of smart packaging.
Engineers have developed a way to use a byproduct from coal power to replace Portland cement.
A new shuttle service accepts singing as a form of payment to encourage festival goers to participate in a sustainable future.
A material science startup company is focusing on recycling agricultural and post-consumer waste into high quality sustainable textiles.
The world’s first electric, autonomous ferry is being tested in Norway in the hope it will end the need for expensive bridges over rivers and canals.
A sustainable housing development in the Netherlands uses a new smart street lighting system that works on a wavelength that is comfortable for a rare species of bats.
A new modular conversion technology turns unsorted household waste into reusable raw material rendering future use of landfills obsolete.
A new coating for fresh produce helps increase food security by both reusing and reducing agricultural waste.
A Belgium based company is creating circular furniture designs for children to help encourage them to recycle.
A new grocery store from a Canadian startup sells food using a pay-what-you-can system to help reduce food waste and combat hunger.