So-called 'agricultural biologicals' could be used to dramatically improve resource efficiency, converting fibres that are currently wasted into liquid biofuels and increasing crop yields.
By acting as stewards of natural assets, businesses are protecting their own future as well as the planet’s, says Stuart Poore.
A number of innovative projects around the world are improving people's lives by replacing inefficient products with simple, effective technologies and services.
An increasing number smaller businesses are following in the footsteps of multinationals like Unilever by adopting sustainable sourcing strategies.
Robot butterflies built from discarded smartphone components are on display at the 02 arena, as part of 02's campaign to raise awareness about e-waste.
The loss of natural habitats is pushing an increasing number of species closer to the poles and higher elevations.
The pupil-friendly design of several Bristol schools has helped to increase the percentage of pupils gaining 5 A*-to-C grades.
More than 80% of travellers want their hotels to have environmentally-friendly practices, according to TripAdvisor, which is expanding a scheme to help them make greener choices.
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.
James Goodman discusses where the practice of futures is heading next.
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