- The iPhone maker's master plan features extensive green space, aggressive water conservation and one of the largest corporate solar arrays in the world.
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.
The Sustainable Packaging Coalition puts a bigger emphasis on a package's lifecycle impacts with its updated definition of sustainable packaging.
In this one-hour webcast, you will learn about the approach Varian Medical Systems has undertaken to realize its product stewardship vision along with benefits and lessons learned to...
The clothing giant is following Nike's lead in the wake of a Greenpeace campaign around the clothing industry's use of harmful chemicals.
Nineteen states restrict the amount of lead and cadmium allowed in packaging, but some lab tests are showing widely different results for the same materials.
The European Union's new toy regulations, how women are finding roles in the cleantech industry, Best Buy's new sustainability report and Netle's zero waste work at a Kit Kat plant are among the...
Government and electronics companies have come together to support responsible e-waste recycling and energy efficient product design.
New fishing policies in the European Union, the effect of genetically modified salmon breeding in the wild and Lego's new packaging plans are among the stories on our radar this morning.
From the 'Prius Effect' to Farmville, the way we interact with technology can be a force for positive environmental change, and -- if done well -- can help companies build loyalty and revenues.
The new law requiring U.S. public companies that use tin, tantalum, tungsten or gold to trace them back to their source calls for unprecedented transparency in supply chains. But will it end the...
Method offers an inside look at its packaging design philosophy and how it functions as a core component of the company's organizational thinking.
The war over wood product certification labels may be raging among forestry and green building advocates but the White House is trying to steer clear of the controversy in staging its annual...
Al Iannuzzi, Johnson & Johnson's senior director of Worldwide Health & Safety, provides an insider's look at the company's efforts in eco-leadership.
The drive to clean up healthcare's impacts gets a push from a group that wants to recycle more plastic at hospitals.
The USDA named the first 60 products that can carry a new label showing their bio-based content.
Using a new product scorecard, IKEA hopes to make its stock greener so that by 2015 the retail chain can classify 90 percent of the goods it sells as being "more sustainable."