Enterprising individuals within companies are finding opportunities in the waste stream to cut costs and waste and improve operations. Watch this (circular) space.
No more mining: Apple aims to use 100 percent recycled materials to make its iPhones, Macbooks and other electronics products in the future.
Sponsored: From Fitness trackers to smart socks, these innovations bring lots of promise — but also environmental challenges.
Sponsored: Recycling paper was one of the earliest and most important actions individuals and companies took to treat our natural world more gently.
The footwear giant cleans up its supply chain by partnering with a startup that promises to add financial value and empower workers in Haiti.
To get more bang for our buck from recycling, we need to switch from waste-based metrics to more comprehensive measures of success. Here's a way.
The Founder of SustainU Clothing talks about bringing green-sports apparel to the MLB and NBA.
The battery maker is aiming to reorient for a circular economy, but turning used batteries into new ones isn't as easy as it sounds.
Pushing reuse and deriving new value from the materials of production, Ellen MacArthur is branding a new economic model.
Building on its closed-loop recycling, later this year the computer maker will recycle excess carbon fiber and scrap raw materials into new products.