From bio-inspired polymers to toxic compounds, companies like Adidas, GM and Walmart are rethinking the way they use — and reuse — materials.
Leveraging biomimicry's unique approach to research and design can lead to sustainable, profitable technologies that mitigate risk and reduce costs.
Cardiovascular stress, asthma, heat stroke, bacterial and viral infections — how do we design for the health of our warming cities?
Here's how we can rethink waste, clean up pollution and establish lasting green infrastructure.
Seventh Generation Founder Jeffrey Hollender and green chemistry pioneer John Warner weigh in on impatient investors, toxic ingredients and lagging innovation.
Shock-proof infrastructure, nature-inspired advanced manufacturing and... a trip to Disney World? Don't miss this week's edition of the GreenBiz 350 podcast.
HeidelbergCement and Joule Unlimited work on converting the carbon exhaust from cement manufacturing from a curse to a blessing, or from GHGs to commercial jet fuel.
Nanomaterials are pushing the envelope in product development, but questions remain about potential impacts on the environment.
A range of companies are drilling down into chemical choices to improve the makeup of their products.