Green Business Stories
In more and more pockets of the industrial landscape, the byproducts of one process are becoming the raw materials for another, trash is getting a useful second life, and waste is becoming a thing of the past.
The team found that a mix of established and rookie technologies could cut 85% of emissions from sectors ranging from steel and cement production to chemical manufacturing.
Could hubs, nudges, and EV night deliveries crack this surprisingly tough puzzle?
A photo essay on the rise of edible packaging
An extra degree of day-to-day temperature variability reduces regional growth rates by 5% on average—a pattern seen across economic sectors
How close are we to the Holy Grail of sustainable fashion?
Trying to make nature valuable has had a disappointing track record.
In a first, researchers use two decades of satellite data on pollution to show the potential to break the links between growth and emissions
No Olympics since 1992 scores high on all sustainability indicators, and the overall picture is middling at best
Previous studies have ignored regional differences in capital costs and painted a too-rosy picture of green energy development in Africa and elsewhere