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PepsiCo, in partnership with Columbia University, has created a tool that can calculate the carbon footprint of thousands of products within minutes.
Rather than rely on petroleum for creating plastics, Hong Kong researchers extracted succinic acid from cookies and croissants.
Being the first to take combined heat and power energy-efficient technology online isn't always easy, Casey Houweling found.
Waste from paper receipts is a problem that continues to hang around, even in the golden age of digital.
The owner of Red Lobster, Olive Garden and other restaurant chains is working on creating sustainable sources to meet its massive demand for seafood.
The government's deal with the iconic supplier over Lacey Act violations heightens interest in sustainable forestry practices.
What is the full natural capital cost of your morning orange juice? A debut monthly column looks at the hidden price tags.
Better-designed and greener ways have taken root among researchers and industry, and it's not just about removing hazardous chemicals from the hood.
The oldest winery in the US was transformed over the course of eight years by rethinking its relationship with water, aerating its wastewater and using renewables.