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What Plastic Pollution? These Companies Are Making Packaging Disappear
What Plastic Pollution? These Companies Are Making Packaging Disappear

Chemistry, Materials & Packaging / As innovators such as Notpla and B’ZEOS continue to prove, the potential uses for seaweed — including as plastic alternatives that are truly compostable and biodegradable — are endless. - 10 months ago

These Fermented Oils Could Be a Game-Changer for Human, Planetary Health
These Fermented Oils Could Be a Game-Changer for Human, Planetary Health

Chemistry, Materials & Packaging / Along with being sub-optimal for human health, many conventional cooking oils contribute to deforestation, biodiversity loss, and soil and water pollution. Fermented oils could save both the environment and our diets. - 11 months ago

These AI-Powered Drones Finally Bring Precision to Herbicide Application
These AI-Powered Drones Finally Bring Precision to Herbicide Application

Product, Service & Design Innovation / Precision AI has developed the world's first AI drones for plant-level herbicide application — on a mission to create healthier, more sustainable, profitable farms. - 11 months ago

Upcycled Emissions for the Win: How Twelve Is Closing the Loop on Fossil Fuels
Upcycled Emissions for the Win: How Twelve Is Closing the Loop on Fossil Fuels

Cleantech / The California-based carbon-transformation company is emerging as a leader in ‘CO2Made’ products — from everyday consumer goods to sustainable jet and marine fuels. - 11 months ago

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First Closed-Loop Metal-Recycling Technology Offers Sustainable Future for a Battery-Powered World
First Closed-Loop Metal-Recycling Technology Offers Sustainable Future for a Battery-Powered World

Cleantech / Aqua Metals’ closed-loop metal-recycling process is revolutionizing metal sourcing and disposal — and eliminating the negative side effects of EV battery production. - 11 months ago

Of Course, Nature Can Save Our Hot, Polluted Cities: Meet the CityTree
Of Course, Nature Can Save Our Hot, Polluted Cities: Meet the CityTree

Product, Service & Design Innovation / Green City Solutions has combined air-purifying moss with IoT technology in a smart biotech filter that can clean 82% of fine dust particles from the air, and humidify and cool it by up to 4°C. - 1 year ago

Drink Even More Responsibly: Bonterra Wines Are Farmed Like the World Depends on It
Drink Even More Responsibly: Bonterra Wines Are Farmed Like the World Depends on It

The Next Economy / The certified B Corp winery has achieved climate neutrality, zero waste and Regenerative Organic Certification — setting a new standard for future-friendly wines. - 1 year ago

First Liquid-Heat Engine Can Upcycle 70% of the World’s Waste Heat Into Clean Energy
First Liquid-Heat Engine Can Upcycle 70% of the World’s Waste Heat Into Clean Energy

Cleantech / Luminescent’s circular solution uses isothermal processes to capture and store waste heat, transforming a previously inaccessible resource into zero-waste power. - 1 year ago

Will a Sustainable Future for Agriculture Take Us Underwater?
Will a Sustainable Future for Agriculture Take Us Underwater?

Product, Service & Design Innovation / Nemo’s Garden is growing plants in underwater biospheres — a hydroponic, multi-beneficial ag solution that could provide coastal communities with fresh food and water, while promoting marine life. - 1 year ago

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Algae May Be a ‘Brilliant’ Solution for Capturing Carbon at Gigaton Scale
Algae May Be a ‘Brilliant’ Solution for Capturing Carbon at Gigaton Scale

Chemistry, Materials & Packaging / By controlling and replicating natural processes, Brilliant Planet’s technology can permanently sequester CO2 from the air while also deacidifying the ocean. - 1 year ago

Could These Experimental Innovations Help Save Arctic Sea Ice?
Could These Experimental Innovations Help Save Arctic Sea Ice?

Product, Service & Design Innovation / Existing approaches to mitigating climate change and Arctic ice melt are proceeding too slowly. Therefore, scientists and innovators are crafting creative, unconventional ways to preserve and restore Arctic ice — here are two wildly different approaches being tested. - 1 year ago

Next-Gen Underwater Turbines Blow Wind Model Out of the Water
Next-Gen Underwater Turbines Blow Wind Model Out of the Water

Cleantech / Brazilian startup TidalWatt has rethought underwater turbines — theirs are 60x smaller and produce 3x as much energy as wind turbines, are harmless to marine life, and promote the formation of artificial reefs. - 1 year ago

Meet the World's First Vegan Honey — A Sustainable Solution to a Sticky Problem?
Meet the World's First Vegan Honey — A Sustainable Solution to a Sticky Problem?

Product, Service & Design Innovation / Oakland-based startup MeliBio has created the world's first vegan honey — molecularly identical to the bee-made version, but a delicious and sustainable alternative that supports bee biodiversity. - 1 year ago

Energy Startup’s Biomimetic Solar Trees Planting Roots for a Net-Zero Future
Energy Startup’s Biomimetic Solar Trees Planting Roots for a Net-Zero Future

Cleantech / Inspired by nature, SolarBotanic’s solar trees use leaf-shaped, thin-film, photovoltaic nanotechnology to harness both sun and eventually wind energy to power houses, charge EVs or be stored for future use. - 1 year ago

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This Company’s 3D-Printed Terracotta Tiles Are Paving the Way for Coral Restoration
This Company’s 3D-Printed Terracotta Tiles Are Paving the Way for Coral Restoration

Product, Service & Design Innovation / Archireef has developed the world’s first-ever biomimetic, artificial reef tile — promoting coral survivorship and growth in an environmentally friendly, adaptive and scalable way. - 1 year ago

This Aquatic Robot Is Making a Meal Out of Marine Waste
This Aquatic Robot Is Making a Meal Out of Marine Waste

Product, Service & Design Innovation / RanMarine has created the world’s first autonomous marine robot. Utilizing drone technology, it can collect up to 500 kg of plastic waste and destructive biomass each day, harmoniously clearing up and monitoring our waters. - 1 year ago

Wikkelboats Bringing Life, Recreation, Sustainable Design Opportunities to Unused Urban Waterways
Wikkelboats Bringing Life, Recreation, Sustainable Design Opportunities to Unused Urban Waterways

Product, Service & Design Innovation / These biodegradable, floating houses are revitalizing abandoned European harbors, creating recreational spaces for everyone to enjoy while inspiring the masses to make more sustainable design choices. - 1 year ago

E-Waste No More: Fairphone and Framework Show a Better Way Forward for Personal Electronics
E-Waste No More: Fairphone and Framework Show a Better Way Forward for Personal Electronics

Waste Not / Recycling, circular industry partnerships and marketplaces for refurbished devices are growing in popularity, but they won’t be a match for the tech industry’s throwaway approach anytime soon. But some smaller, more intrepid brands are proving the validity and demand for longer-lasting, easy-to-repair electronics. - 1 year ago

This Company Is Sowing the Seeds for a Scalable Regenerative Ag Revolution
This Company Is Sowing the Seeds for a Scalable Regenerative Ag Revolution

Product, Service & Design Innovation / Regrow’s climate-smart digital platform is making regenerative farming accessible and scalable for scientists, farm advisors, growers and conservationists, while pushing food giants toward their net-zero goals. - 1 year ago

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Tyre Collective Stops Sneaky Source of Pollution on Road to True Zero-Emission Mobility
Tyre Collective Stops Sneaky Source of Pollution on Road to True Zero-Emission Mobility

Product, Service & Design Innovation / EVs might mitigate tailpipe emissions; but cars emit another massive, overlooked form of pollution: Tire particles. The Tyre Collective is spearheading the monitor of tire wear and capturing tire particles at the source. - 1 year ago