The climate, water, and energy footprint of reusable products depends more on how they are used—than how they are made.
The technique upcycles low-value rubber waste into the high-value carbon nanomaterial, graphene—keeping tires out of landfills and making concrete more sustainable
Based on a strategy for transporting organs for transplant patients, the method doesn’t ruin food by turning it into solid ice
In a big step towards sustainable fashion, scientists create a biodegradable, carbon-capturing textile from algae
Made using a 3D printer, this is the first example of an engineered photosynthetic material that is tough enough for a t-shirt—or an artificial leaf
"If you want a table, then you should just grow a table,” they say
Carbon labeling of food shifts people’s behavior—even among those actively trying to avoid information
A clever study suggests that you simply can’t unknow your food's carbon footprint