The Montreal Protocol should have nixed the ozone-eating chemicals damaging the ozone layer over Antarctica. 30 years on, atmospheric chemists aren't so sure.
This 'safety by design' approach took seven years and millions of dollars.
Big companies are breaking new ground by measuring and reporting their chemical footprints. What steps can your business take?
If actions speak louder than words, here are three ways to say, "We are still in."
We need a better understanding of the circular economy, and chemical engineers might hold the answer.
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.
As calls for ingredient transparency grow, companies such as Target, Clorox and Reckitt Benckiser are taking control of ingredients.
Cannabis companies are hiring agriculture experts to grow newly legal businesses, but pitfalls such as organic labeling and big energy bills loom large.
Why companies are turning to grad students for green chemistry R&D.