US researchers have found that using drones instead of truck deliveries could reduce greenhouse gas emissions and energy use.
The Church of England has marked the start of the Lent festival by challenging Christians to use less plastic during the 40-day period.
The Dutch city of Eindhoven will play host to new apartments designed to provide a model for sustainable residential buildings.
Researchers at the University of Maryland in the US have developed a new type of super-strong wood, which could replace the use of steel in manufacturing.
The UK’s royal family will take part in an upcoming fashion initiative to celebrate sustainable clothing by designers from nations of the Commonwealth.
Submerging your sugary-based treats in coffee has just been made easier and more sustainable.
Asda, one of the UK’s largest food retailers, has become the latest supermarket to announce immediate plans to reduce plastic waste in its stores.
Aiming to be the world’s largest virtual solar plant, the state government of South Australia has partnered with Tesla to roll out a network of at least 50,000 home solar and battery systems.
The British food retailer Co-op has announced that it is working on a ‘fully biodegradable paper tea bag’ to tackle the issue of plastic waste in its products.
During the World Economic Forum annual meeting in Davos, Switzerland, IKEA was recognised for its efforts to incorporate circular principles across all the company’s operations in comparison to its multinational counterparts.
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