Materials must be designed so that the molecules can be continuously reused — but that's far easier said than done.
There's massive potential in clean technologies using the most abundant element in the atmosphere — but skepticism and lack of political will are proving barriers to its growth.
We worry about our carbon footprints. What about our chemical footprints?
Toxic substances are found throughout supply chains; here’s how to take action to keep your customers — and your business — safe.
It started with Target and Walmart, and is progressing with more retail giants after three years of conversation, conflicting priorities and compromise.
Heed the example of Lumber Liquidators.
They and other retailers still lag on transparency, but there are meaningful signs of change chronicled in the latest Mind the Store report.
And what other industry sectors can learn from those shortcomings.
Startup Solugen wants to clean up the manufacturing process for the bathroom staple, which also offers a host of industrial uses.
Here's how companies big and small in Massachusetts are demonstrating the financial case for greener chemicals.