The technique upcycles low-value rubber waste into the high-value carbon nanomaterial, graphene—keeping tires out of landfills and making concrete more sustainable
A new study from Finland underscores the idea that food prices should reflect greener farming methods
"If you want a table, then you should just grow a table,” they say
When researchers dug into the question, they found some unsurprising reasons—such as charging difficulty; and some unexpected ones—such as gender and dwelling type.
Global paper consumption is rising, and recycling paper uses more fossil fuels than virgin paper. But a switch to renewable energy and better wastepaper disposal practices could drastically cut carbon emissions.
The climate, water, and energy footprint of reusable products depends more on how they are used—than how they are made.