We piece together the puzzle of what 3-D printing technology means from a sustainability perspective.

Designers around the world now play a major role in solving our world's epic challenges.

More high-tech and healthcare companies are turning to nature-loving workspaces that spark creativity and productivity. Enter biophilic design.

For Greenpeace's perspective on this partnership,read this article by Rolf Skar, Greenpeace's forest campaign director.

Since the Toxic Substances Control Act was passed in 1976, there has been a lack of national consensus on how to tackle hazardous chemicals. That’s meant that the states—individually and together—have taken the lead on solving global chemical policy issues like flame retardants, copper, phthalates and others.

The world's largest consumer packaged goods company is expanding some of its commitments and dialing back on another.

Forming a closed-loop system, renewable natural gas is the most sustainable fuel available. How can we get a big RNG initiative moving?

Three scientists received the Nobel Prize for Physics on Tuesday, which made blue LEDs possible.

Researchers are looking to nature to develop non-toxic glues that work better than synthetic materials. See what the lowly mussel taught a team at MIT.