“We believe everybody should have access to fresh food,” the Ponix CEO tells Green Matters.
The "Interceptor" is the latest from The Ocean Cleanup.
There are plenty of options for giving your old technology new life.
The green fuel is safer, more eco-friendly, energy efficient, and affordable.
CO2 is more prominent in the atmosphere than methane — but less potent.
This New Plastic Can Be Recycled Infinitely, and Scientists Think it Could Make Plastic Recycling Closed Loop
Most plastic can only be recycled once or twice.
We'd love to see this everywhere!
Luke Perry's daughter disclosed details of his burial on Instagram.
Ooho drink pouches helped the marathon be more sustainable.
The new material is strong enough to replace plastic packaging.
Chemical recycling works very differently than standard plastic recycling.
Biodegradable Plates and Cutlery Made from Wheat Bran May Not Be Gluten-Free, But They Are Pretty Cool
Wheat bran is the newest material for biodegradable tablewares.
The brewery spent three years developing this adhesive.
The First 3D-Printed Neighborhood Will Be Sustainable and Affordable, and It's Breaking Ground This Year
The CEOs of the two companies behind the neighborhood tell Green Matters about 3D-printed homes.
A new invention could save tens of thousands of pounds of plastic throws from sewers and landfills.
The Late "Grandfather" of Climate Science Shared One Last Key to Solving Global Warming, Just Before His Death
Just before his death, Wallace Smith Broecker shared his final words for the climate science community.
Ryan of Ryan's Recycling is the newest spokesperson for Recycle Across America.
Solar Power From Outer Space Could Soon Bring Energy to the Earth, If China's Ambitious Vision Goes According to Plan
China is reportedly working on sending a solar power station into orbit, which will be used as energy on earth.
Cove is hoping to make the single-use water bottle game a little easier on the environment with its 100 percent biodegradable water bottle.
IBM's new recycling system VolCat can break down materials that are often difficult to recycle, and it could help cut down on fossil fuel emissions.
Lyft just announced a new feature called Green Mode, in which passengers can request to be picked up in electric cars.
An Australian city recently installed drainage nets in its water reserve, and the innovative filtration system has gone viral for being so simple yet brilliant.
Rosalie Bingham's foundation Regener8tive wants to generate clean power for the city through anaerobic digestion.
Could robots hold the key to saving Tasmania's vulnerable swift parrots?
The sustainable exercise machine from SportsArt produces renewable energy with each workout.
This tubing system could halve the Great Pacific Garbage Patch in five years, and it's finally ready for its first journey.
This Rutgers-developed wearable could analyze air particles and river quality for potential contaminants.
The ride-share company will support congestion pricing and better bike infrastructure in the U.S. cities where it operates.
They're another major company going green.
The World Climate Simulation drops players into a UN debate, and shows them the real-world impact of their game decisions.
Vollebak has unveiled a jacket that fights bacteria and conducts power, all with the help of a supermaterial.
Public transit might see a big shift away from fossil fuels.
This major tech company just pledged to use 100 percent green energy.
This solar-powered mosquito trap from Cornell is modeled on a carnivorous plant.
The Rán VII is a new racing yacht that is already making a name for itself around the world. The vessel, which is smaller than it's Swedish team's previous sailboats, was designed to leave behind a lighter footprint with its sophisticated electric motor.
Companies around the world are beginning to tweak bikes and make them into even more eco-friendly transportation options. Whether they're made of bamboo, wood, or are just hooked up with efficient tech, these five bike companies offer a greener way to commute.
A new high tech device is changing the way people interact with their clean water. Lōtik has created a sleek sensor the works like a Fitbit for pipes and helps people pinpoint wasteful water habits, burst pipes and water leaks so water can be used more responsibly.
Air conditioning use is on the rise worldwide. Will the tech catch up?
A new restaurant in Boston called Spyce is shaking up the restaurant industry by offering food made by robots. The high tech restaurant hopes to provide healthy and sustainable meals at accessible prices while keeping energy usage low.
Margot Krasojević's latest architectural project, the Harmonic Turbine Tidal Hotel, pushes the boundaries of traditional designs. The building, poised on the coastline, will harness ocean tides and winds for natural power.
One of the biggest databases of pollution that's been picked up off the streets has been upgraded to make the experience easier. Litterati, downloadable on iOS and Android devices, now allows for better collaboration, advanced tagging, and easier photo uploads.
A recent report called Smart Parks suggests that connecting national parks with sensors and monitors will help offer useful, real-time communication to park visitors while helping park employees keep better track of things like waste management.
Drones can do everything from take beautiful photos to deliver your groceries. But their ability to thwart climate change may be the little gadgets' crown achievement.
These carbon pods are a system of mass transit that could eliminate pollution and traffic, while saving any city that adopts them an enormous amount of money.