Design

Three ways designing for the circular economy is getting real.
Big companies are breaking new ground by measuring and reporting their chemical footprints. What steps can your business take?
Sponsored: More than half of Americans consider packaging waste an environmental issue, and nearly one in three prefer brands that offer sustainable packaging.
It now protects enough forest to offset the paper pulp used for all its packaging. Oh, and there's a cool cartoon.
It's been two decades since the launch of a book and a movement on harnessing nature's designs to solve pressing environmental challenges. How — and where — is it going?
When it comes to tackling chemicals of concerns, the toy manufacturer has prioritized precise metrics and supplier engagement.
The drugstore chain has moved to remove chemical additives for nearly 600 house label beauty and personal care products.
From corn shoes manufactured by Reebok to lingerie fabric Naia made by Eastman to all sorts of packaging and electronics, bio-based, compostable products are reaching market.
No more mining: Apple aims to use 100 percent recycled materials to make its iPhones, Macbooks and other electronics products in the future.