This California brewery has diverted more than 51,000 tons of waste from local landfills and recently earned a platinum seal of approval from the U.S. Zero Waste Business Council.
The Swap Positive blog catalogs neighborhood clothing swaps in the Northwest that don't involve money changing hands.
In an effort to eliminate the damage that discarded monofilament fishing line can cause to birds, marine life and the environment, a Louisiana town is launching the state's first fishing line recycling program.
It may be tough to make a buck off biogas now, but companies like Kroger Foods and Smithfield Foods find it worthwhile to be on the cutting edge of such environmentally promising projects.
A new non-profit allows Toronto residents to borrow small and medium size kitchen appliances for short periods to experiment with new recipes and cooking techniques.
At the core of a new international fellowship is the 'circular economy,' a framework for the economy that's regenerative by design.
What's the best way to convince shoppers to swap disposable grocery bags for a reusable alternative? A Ph.D. graduate looks at the effects of a bag tax versus a bag bonus.
A Boston University program proves that — thanks in part to the ever-expanding portfolio of nontoxic cleaning alternatives — keeping large buildings clean and well-maintained does not require a huge carbon footprint.
Under new legislation being debated on state House and Senate floors, Illinois could tack a new fee on the cost of paint to help fund a paint recycling program.