Thailand’s Khao Yai National Park has found a new way to keep its premises clean and to increase awareness against littering: officials send back to tourists the trash they left behind.
A new study published in Nature Sustainability shows that fungal leather is a good alternative to cow skin and plastic leather in terms of versatility, and ethical and environmental sustainability.
Following letters from children concerned about the use of single-use plastic bags to wrap the bricks, the toy company LEGO has decided to change their packaging to recyclable paper bags made with Forest Stewardship Council-certified paper.
In their latest effort to boost renewable energy sources, the Portuguese authorities have cancelled the country's last two remaining fossil fuel extraction contracts!
Thanks to a partnership between Hiringa Energy and Hyzon Motors, the very first heavy trucks fueled by zero-emission hydrogen fuel cells will be in service on New Zealand’s roads as soon as 2021.
Artists in 13 cities around the globe are creating huge art pieces on walls - not only to make the cities look better, but also to help clean the air.
New Zealand's prime minister Jacinda Ardern has pledged to achieve 100% renewable energy by the year 2030 on one condition: she wants to be re-elected in October.
China has decided to revise its rules regarding fishery. The aim is to leave less space for illegal activities whilst increasing transparency and promoting more sustainable practices.
The startup Mint Innovation wants to open the first commercial refinery in Cheshire, in North England, where precious metals will be extracted from electronic waste. It will also be the first facility to use bacteria rather than cyanide-based processes.
Big corporations are looking to team up with small businesses hoping to tackle the climate crisis and meet the global warming limits set in the 2015 Paris accord. Close to 300 companies have pledged to cut their emissions to net-zero by 2030.