May 29, 2016 The Corporate Social Responsibility Newswire

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Edible Cutlery Company Wants Us to Eat Our Way Out of Plastic Pollution

The spoon tastes like a cracker and its manufacturer hopes to expand into forks and chopsticks

Can Sustainability Sell Sneakers?

In an industry dominated by pro sponsorships and celebrity endorsements, Adidas is opening up a second front to reach its millennial customers, innovating...

Driverless cars: Utopian idea could lead to commute from Hell

Instead of slugging down coffee and talk radio as you navigate stop-and-go traffic with the rest of the office drones like you do...

Homegrown Trailers reimagines the RV, brings technology and sustainability along for the ride

The folks at Homegrown Trailers, a commitment to sustainability goes along with the desire to connect with nature...

New Seaweed-Based Material Could Replace Plastic Packaging

Plastic is ubiquitous in packaging for food, toys, and every type of product in between. And even with significant recycling efforts, plastic cannot...

Portable power with solar panels you can roll up

U.K company Renovagen is looking to harness the power of the sun - wherever it shines - with "rollable" solar arrays that can...

European Airline Unveils Plans for Hybrid Jetliner

An innovative fuel cell system could save British airline easyJet more than 55,000 tons of fuel each year, significantly cutting down the company's...

The Killer App for 3D Printing? The Circular Economy

3D printing has the potential to alter how we use — and reuse — materials.

The woman who loves garbage: Veena Sahajwalla on making the best of waste

Professor Veena Sahajwalla is passionate about rubbish. Throughout her career, the director of the Centre for Sustainable Materials Research and Technology (SMaRT)

These 3D-Printed Sneakers Are Made From The Trash We Throw Into The Ocean

Coinciding with the historic Paris climate change agreement, sporting goods giant adidas has shown off its new sneakers.



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