Apps, social movements and customisable bins are among the eight short-listed ideas from CCE and OpenIDEO.com’s 13-week challenge, which aims to increase recycling rates at home.
A biodegradable battery for short-life electronics has been developed by researchers at the University of Illinois.
A new piece of in-car technology could see the rush to get through the green light become a thing of the past – and reduce carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions in the process.
Duncan Jefferies reports on the final Challenge Workshop of CCE’s 11-week Recycling Challenge – and reveals the winning ideas.
Anna Simpson asks Jeremy Rifkin how an era of nearly free goods and services could lead to a more efficient global economy.
Jennifer Clark of Skanska asks whether innovative finance solutions can make ‘green’ part of our daily lives.
The successful trial of a light-emitting mixture that can be applied to paths, cycle lanes and other surfaces could lead to wider rollout.
A new, open-source edible sachet disrupts the packaging market for drinks.
There’s a difference between appreciating the material world, and appropriating it, says Anna Simpson.
Companies in China and the US claim they can build houses in 24 hours, using 3D printers.
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