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Famed designer and entrepreneur William McDonough says his latest projects "will blow your mind."
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The new Levi's Dockers Wellthread process creates a pattern for sustainability in clothing production.
3D printing isn't always green, but with the right materials it can reduce waste and energy use.
What do distributed systems and sharing really have to do with corporate sustainability?
Clearer labeling and using life cycle tools to identify hotspots for improvement are just part of the effort.
The manufacturer expands U.S. Army program to test new durable hydrogen fuel cell materials and designs.
What happens when a telecom company looks to the armadillo and other critters for packaging innovation?
What you sell needs to reflect your commitment to sustainability, and that can bring you increased business to boot.
How can you tell if the electronics you or your company are buying are truly greener than others?
For all the fascination with biomimicry, the field hasn’t generated a lot of products. But a lot is going on behind the scenes.
Your favorite smartphone is already manufactured in China, but what happens when it's designed there, too?
BMW's aggressive shift to lightweighting for its new electric i3 has led to a four-passenger car that can drive 100 miles on a single charge.
A survey of sustainability heads shows most have achieved cost savings and almost half will boost product sustainability spending.
The Urbee isn't just one of the lightest cars around. It also represents a radical design approach. Is this the 21st century Model-T?
Investors and innovative companies have recognized the business opportunities in water tech, but the emerging field is not without its challenges.
The semiconductor giant is betting big on eco-design and LCAs for all products by 2015.
Why should green building merely do less harm? The CEO of the International Living Future Institute explains.
It's in style to treat workers better and waste less.