Walmart's Sustainability Leaders program can confuse customers into believing some very unsustainable products are environmentally friendly, says Seventh Generation's former CEO.

Recent developments in chemistry may have taken us closer to the Holy Grail of finding a universal kit of parts with which to "print" our world.

The pharmaceutical supplier finds out what works to engage employees in sustainability efforts.

Campaigners unite under common frame for holding businesses responsible for safer chemicals use. Disclosure and informed substitution are key.

As You Sow and the NRDC report that companies’ insufficient practices and lack of strong recycling policies are factors in low recycling rates in the United States.

Biomimicry in the making of a surgical glue: scientists seek the sticky, wet, and adhesive properties of worm secretions in creating a medical glue for surgery.

Now that Walgreens owns "Priority Substances" star Boots Alliance, which drugstore thoroughbred should we bet on?

Biomimicry 3.8 co-founder Dayna Baumeister discusses the firm's joint effort with Arizona State University: the Biomimicry Center announced today.

Cities, climate change, crowdsourcing and other factors are getting businesses and governments into green design. Here's what to expect.