How do we close the loop for non-biodegradable plant-based plastic? What does sustainable recovery even look like?
Pollution prevention is shifting from reducing toxic effluents to making consumer products safer. A proposed California regulation hopes to lead the way.
The latest crop of reports and analyses covering key management issues for sustainability professionals.
How a marine biologist catalyzed a dramatic shift of public perception of chemicals, and what's happened since.
Why product sustainability is now a strategic imperative to sustainability execs and their companies.
The owner of Red Lobster, Olive Garden and other restaurant chains is working on creating sustainable sources to meet its massive demand for seafood.
Changing the rules to make transparency the norm is easier said than done, but it is potentially transformative.
A new survey from Accenture reveals that many companies are struggling to satisfy consumer demand for sustainable goods and services, especially in emerging economies.
Companies like Levi Strauss, Nike, Kraft Foods and Cannon are taking LCA out of the sustainability silos and into the design rooms by using LCA tools to make daily design decisions.
We've always looked at the problem of sustainable consumption as needing to convince individuals to buy less. But the real challenge may be in convincing companies to sell less -- and to make what...
In looking for a cradle-to-cradle solution to waste, the head of the sportswear line says that Puma is exploring how to make shoes, t-shirts and bags that are either compostable or recyclable.
Johnson & Johnson's Al Ianuzzi, author of a new book on "greener products," talks about what he's learned.
After bringing a nearly defunct brand to the top tier of global sports fashion -- and the leading edge of corporate sustainability -- the former CEO of PUMA (and now Chief Sustainability Officer...
Mattel said it will boost recycled content in its paper packaging, avoid virgin fiber from controversial sources and increase the use of fiber that is third-party certified.
Corporate concern about water shortages is on the rise, and there are a growing number of tools available to help companies avoid the physical, reputational and regulatory risks that running afoul...
Companies across all industries are collaborating like never before with stakeholders to get a jump on the next big, smart sustainability idea or avoid the next embarrassing misstep.
In this exclusive excerpt from her new book, L. Hunter Lovins offers a glimpse of how smart climate capitalists are not only using resources efficiently, they are redesigning business processes...
Nike, Gap, Patagonia and Walmart have teamed up to create a standard way to measure and evaluate the environmental impact of clothing.
Procter & Gamble's Pampers and Kimberly-Clark's Huggies still dominate the diaper biz, but gDiapers has been growing by 50 percent a year (including during the recession), it's making money...
Draft legislation in Europe would force electronic goods manufacturers to pay for countries to collect 85 percent of e-waste.