Jon Turney asks how we can move away from a disposable culture to one in which people really care about 'stuff'.
Dr Tamsin Woolley-Barker looks to natural systems, where "every bit of debris becomes a source of nutrition", for lessons in sustainable design.
An initiative connecting designers with networks of scientists, business leaders, academics, manufacturers and materials recyclers aims to speed the shift to a circular economy. Duncan Jefferies investigates.
Jeremy Lovell explores the potential for innovation when scientists and artists meet.
Carbon finance puts Jaguar Land Rover on the fast lane to delivering change.
Powerslayer uses algorithms to assess when gadgets are fully charged and cuts off the power supply.
New dye coated paper and water-filled cartridges can be used in a standard inkjet printer, cutting paper waste.
A new laser engraving technique could pave the way for longer-life smartphone screens.
A new seafloor wave-to-energy converter offers high power conversion efficiency and cost-effective features for resilience.
The company behind a new carbon-negative polymer has ambitions to replace fossil-based plastics worldwide.
I pulled out the latest issue of Green Futures for a bit of light relief. It instantly lifted my mood as it reminded me just… how exciting sustainability issues can be.
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