The SoKind registry from The Center for a New American Dream allows users to make lists of experiences they’d like to have or handmade gifts they’d like to receive.
Appalatch, a North Carolina–based outdoor apparel company, has decided to make custom-fit sweaters using a computerized knitting machine that works much like a 3-D printer.
SleepingBags takes discarded hotel linens and brings together artists, designers, hotel chains and laundry facilities to create high-quality tote bags adorned with original artwork.
CanvasPop takes imperfect canvas prints and turns them into wallets, helping the company reduce waste and generate money for charity.
Marriott is taking old bed linens in the UK and turning them into a limited-edition tote bag.
News from Kathryn Sukalich
Forty percent of the food produced in the United States never gets eaten, making food waste a huge problem. A number of factors contribute to this situation, but a recent report by the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) and the ...
A Mexico City artist transforms discarded weapons into musical instruments.
A new catalog lists 3,300 products that are certified to break down in commercial composting facilities.
Earth911 reviews the SunRocket, a kettle that heats your water with the power of the sun.
Packing a lunch instead of eating out is a good way to save money, and packing a lunch with reusable containers is a great way to reduce packaging waste. But don’t think lunchboxes and Tupperware containers are your only choices ...
This year, North Carolina textile manufacturer Unifi has already recycled 400 million plastic water bottles into yarn. Because of interest from Unifi’s customers, the recycled yarn business has grown tremendously over the past five years.