We now interrupt your regularly-scheduled panic about burning forests, melting sea ice, and smog-choked air with a bit of good environmental news: the ocean will soon be a little cleaner.
Gregg Renfrew would call Beautycounter an activist brand, not because it spends time disparaging or shaming other brands but because the team is focused on advocacy for systemic change in environmental and personal care product reform.
For years, recycling in the Western world has been based on the idea that we can simply stuff our dirty plastic, obsolete electronics, and broken toys into a shipping container, and send it to the other side of the world. Until now.
From waste monitoring apps to smart packaging to new ways of harvesting bioenergy from old food, tech start-ups are focusing on solving the problem of food waste.
A two-tower luxury residential project of urban biodiversity in Milan’s affluent Porta Nuova business district.
A new kind of store changing the way people shop for groceries.
Here, six brands that are working to reduce how much plastic we use, and what we do with it.
More, if far from all, courses are now inclined toward green thinking.
Instead of donning Guy Fawkes masks, a group of Toronto-based online activists are fighting the power by playing librarian.