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The world's plastic industry has produced more than 9.1 billion tons of plastic in the last seven decades, and almost 78% of it is no longer being used, according to a scathing new report. In fact the...
Environmental groups have welcomed the move from the supermarket giants.
This story is part of a series on ocean plastics. Artist Benjamin Von Wong is drawing attention to an ugly problem with some beautiful pictures. Von Wong's mermaid photo series, which he staged and sh...
Saving the trees, one sheet of accidentally printed paper at a time.
In a refugee camp in the Sahara desert, one man is making homes more durable in the face of tough weather conditions ― and he's using trash to do it. Tateh Lehbib Breica, a Sahrawi refugee living in a...
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The 100% cardboard festival tent designed by the Dutch startup KarTent will be landing in Australia at Yours and Owls festival in Wollongong NSW this September. The eco-friendly alternative to traditional camping accommodation was introduced in the Netherlands in 2015 and rapidly crossed the border to most Western-European countries the following year. Full of momentum after receiving the prestigious Red Dot Design award in March 2017, KarTent is excited to see how Aussies adopt their revolutionary festival accommodation solution.
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The numbers are staggering, and they'll get worse if we do nothing.
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RIZHAO, China ― Facing South Korea across the Yellow Sea and beyond that peninsula, Japan, this resort town takes its name from an old poem — ri chu xian zhao, or "first to get sunshine." These...
The "Beauty and the Beast" press tour is in full swing, and Emma Watson's looks are "all in perfect taste." But aside from being her normal, oh-so-fashionable self, the 26-year-old is also sharing det...
Sustainability never looked so good.
It's time to put those old ideas in the bin.