- The famed designer and "Cradle to Cradle" co-author will head up an influential global group seeking to advance an efficient, regenerative economy.
The 3D printing revolution promises to eliminate waste in manufacturing. Let's take a closer look.
Expect to see EPEAT-rated smartphones by mid-2014. As the Green Electronics Council and UL team up, ratings of tablets could come next.
The sports apparel giant's new iOS app rates 22 materials to help designers choose wisely regarding environmental and social concerns.
Can the famed sustainable designer and America's largest waste hauler help customers close the loop?
Creating products from bio-inspired ideas isn't easy, but three groups have found ways to bridge the development gap.
Ready for the next stage of sustainability? Here are some tips on how to profit by doing good, instead of just doing less harm.
Oregon and Colorado are two states investing in this approach. Here's the case for more.
In this one-hour webcast, three industry experts will discuss which product claims, certifications, labels and declarations are most valuable and how A&D evaluates manufacturer claims of...
The industry needs to focus on both sustainable production and consumption of clothing.
Better-designed and greener ways have taken root among researchers and industry, and it's not just about removing hazardous chemicals from the hood.
The second postcard in a series from the Reinvent Business hackathon in San Francisco.
Here's how Autodesk software helped make the Chevrolet Volt more efficient -- and gave the plug-in hybrid a more mainstream appearance.
The Danish Fashion Institute and BSR are trying to cultivate a taste for green among fashionistas, bargainistas and the industry that serves them.
What do Northern California's Bay Bridge, a huge soccer stadium being built in Brazil and some of the most popular films and video games produced by Lucasfilm have in common? Technology that...
The design software giant introduces a slew of new product suites and services for building and infrastructure designers, product manufacturers and creators of digital entertainment.
Nike unveils a new line of sportswear -- made from recycled plastic bottles -- for the 2012 Olympic Games.
Eric Hudson, founder and president of Preserve, talks about recycled-plastic toothbrushes, the evolution of its products into new markets, and the importance of good design for green products.
BSR and the Danish Fashion Institute are kicking off a "Nice Consumer" initiative this month that will help define what the fashion industry could look like and how we can get there.
In this hour-long webcast, you will hear from Sivam Krish, Founder/CEO at Genometri Pte Ltd., Steve Sanderson, Partner at CASE, and Matt Jezyk, Senior Manager of AEC Conceptual Design Products at...
The move is expected to be particularly useful to builders of greener structures and creators of more eco-friendly products.