Here's how the Health Product Declaration is becoming the new best practice to beat in green building.
Thirteen colleges and universities have pledged to ensure chemistry grads have deep knowledge of green chemistry as they enter the job market.
Why should green building merely do less harm? The CEO of the International Living Future Institute explains.
The tech giant gave a sneak peek from its R&D labs, including projects to help city dwellers map air pollution and avoid hazards on their commute.
Businesses should pay close attention to how states' laws on chemicals are advancing in the face of stagnated federal reform.
Sustainability is steadily becoming strategically integrated into all departments at hospitals and health care systems.
Everyone has a role to play in making and using building products make without unhealthy chemicals.
We need a metric that will help businesses evaluate chemicals just as they evaluate their water, carbon, energy and waste footprints.
Companies need to understand the impacts of chemical use on society and business.
Manufacturers can use these resources to help them avoid chemicals of concern in their products.
Whether reformulating products or transforming the supply chain, companies are seeing the benefits of working together.
Puma designs a new line of biodegradable and recyclable products to be among the first to meet C2C criteria.
It's not as easy as it may seem for a manufacturer to disclose to the public a complete list of all product ingredients.
Fashion brand sets deadline to eliminate the release of hazardous chemicals throughout its supply chain.
Hits, misses, and surprises from a veteran sustainability consultant.
How competitors like Dow and BASF, HP and Dell, along with suppliers, universities and NGOs are working together to produce greener chemistry. Here's what they learned.
British retail giant teams up with Greenpeace to develop tough new supply chain policy.
Pollution prevention is shifting from reducing toxic effluents to making consumer products safer. A proposed California regulation hopes to lead the way.
A new scorecard evaluates hazardous chemicals in mobile phones, including Apple's latest hit, the iPhone 5.
What could go wrong with an attempt to rate healthy cleaning products?