- Is carbon positive packaging possible? Polythene U.K. claims its newly launched Polyair packaging, made from sugar cane, actively removes carbon-dioxide from the atmosphere.
Another product label? Don't worry, this one takes the guesswork out of recycling with clear instructions for products from REI, Costco, General Mills and Microsoft, among others.
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Intel soundly beat its greenhouse-gas emissions goals, but missed several other targets: It consumes more water and creates more chemical waste than previously, instead of less. Are its new goals...
ConAgra Foods dramatically cut its water and energy consumption last year, thanks to proactive employees.
Kendall-Jackson Winery already has been saving $2.5 million annually from energy-efficiency projects for the last few years. Now it's taking its energy strategy to a new level with solar...
The decision prompted sharp criticism from the NRDC and other environmental health advocates who claim the plastic-hardening chemical should not be used in anything that comes in contact with food...
Here's another argument for why companies should be wary of using BPA: A new report reviewing 240 scientific studies shows it could cause higher rates of obesity and diabetes.
With the launch of a new pilot aimed at phasing out Styrofoam in favor of paper cups, has McDonald's launched an eco-rivalry that will take the material out of circulation?
The world's largest soupmaker says it will eventually stop using BPA -- a controversial chemical -- to line its cans. Advocates call the decision a big step for the canned-foods industry.
Eight key steps to make fast food packaging more eco-friendly.
McDonald's and Starbucks stand out at leading examples of what fast food companies should do to lower the impacts of their packaging.
Strips that absorb the gas that accelerates fruit ripening are being tested by Marks & Spencer and Tesco in the hopes of slashing food and packaging waste.
Plastic hangers, buckets and trays are being recycled to make the handles for a greener version of the Xtreme3 razor.
All cell phones sold through Sprint must go through the certification process for the UL-ISR 110 standard, although it's likely that all phones won't meet the standard, which Sprint helped...
The final report in GreenBlue's Closing the Loop project scours the globe in search of best practices for maximizing the recovery of used packaging.
A detailed counterpoint to Marc Gunther’s recent article, In Defense of the Plastic Bag. ...
The two-year-old beverage industry race to bring 100 percent plant-based -- and recyclable -- bottles to market continues with Coca-Cola's announcement today that it has launched three strategic...
GI Joe has been green since 1964, when the action figure first went into battle for toymaker Hasbro. Now the plastic and cardboard package he comes in will be environmentally-friendly, too.
The company plans to transform its packaging for toys and games, turning to material with more recycled content, according to green goals detailed today.
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