Using a specialized “vertical farming” technique, the French garden will use very little water and absolutely no pesticides.
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Tech giant will source gold for its gadgets from miners registered under the Salmon Gold partnership, which combines mining with habitat protection for wild salmon.
The best of live interviews from GreenBiz events. This episode: How to preserve meaningful human connections in tech-infused workplaces of the future.
A team of international scientists has found an environmentally friendly way of producing potential sunscreens by using cashew nut shells, instead of discarding them as waste. The team of âgreen chemistsâ from the University of the Witwatersrandâalong with colleagues from Universities in Germany, Malawi and Tanzaniaâhave been working on techniques to produce useful compounds from […]
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Not only are the sustainable Geoship dome homes resistant to natural disasters, they are easily disassembled and relatively cheap to manufacture.
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The dog days of summer linger from early morning until late into the evening, providing plenty of opportunities to play, travel and work in the yard. If you’re focused on making sure those summer activities are earth-friendly, we’ve brainstormed some ideas to get you into the great outdoors without leaving a heavy footprint in your wake.
When designers were asked to create a hospital that lowered a patient’s blood pressure, they used nature as the obvious solution—and it worked.
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Plants can tell the time, and this affects their responses to certain herbicides used in agriculture according to new research. The study found that plant circadian rhythms regulate the sensitivity of plants to a widely used herbicide according to the time of day. The findings could benefit agriculture by reducing crop loss and improving harvests.
We chat with Bruce Karas about water brand Dasani’s new bottles, cans and “package-less” containers. Plus, perspective from the dairy coop’s energy manager, Stanley Minnick.
The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change describes how human activities have altered 70 percent of Earth’s surface.