September 16, 2019

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Levi's CEO: Stop Washing Your Jeans

Chip Bergh says he has a pair he hasn't washed in a year. 'I have yet to get a skin disease,' he adds....

Inside Ford's Sustainable Design Vision

A solar sedan and a pickup truck may have more in common than you expect--here's why. GreenBiz.

UK Startup Turning Enterprising Beer Lovers Into Urban Farmers

Grow Beer, a project to crowdsource hops from personal and community gardens for use at local breweries, is born.

Mine Waste Transformed to Tap Water for 80,000 Consumers

Anglo American Plc was the first co. to transform wastewater from its coal mines into something 80,000 people drink. Bloomberg.

Whole Foods and WISErg Convert Waste to Fertilizer

In addition to recycling food scraps and reducing waste, Whole Foods will then sell WISErganic organic liquid fertilizer. SN_news.

By-product of Coffee Production Now Turned Into Nutritious, Gluten-Free 'Coffee Flour'

By-product synergy is a win-win strategy a growing number of organizations are wisely incorporating. CF Global Holdings shows how.

University of Nebraska Engineers Creating Textiles from Corn Husks

Corn may soon join the ranks of cotton and wool in the natural fiber world. SB.

Biodegradable Battery Can Melt Inside You

For powering everything from medical devices to environmental sensors, these batteries leave no trace. Co.Exist.

A Splash of Beer, A Ripple of Awareness: Sustainability at New Belgium Brewing

Jenn Vervier, Director of Strategy & Sustainability, knows firsthand the potential craft beer has to create profound and lasting change. SB.

Tesla Unveils Electric Car that Turns into a Boat

Tesla considered the new model for flood-prone areas, which are increasing thanks to climate change. Treehugger.




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