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Boston Company Offers New Way of Recycling Li-Ion Batteries

A Boston-based company, Nth Cycle and the US Department of Energy, and developing eco-friendly ways of recycling Li-ion batteries.
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First Shipment of Fossil-Free Steel Delivered to Volvo

Biofuels and electric cars are good ways to reduce transport emissions. But what about the emissions caused by the car industry? Volvo has a...
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Chevron and Gevo Partner up for Sustainable Aviation Fuel

Chevron and Gevo announce plans to build facilities that’ll produce sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) made from natural sources.
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Carlsberg Group Joins WFA’s Planet Pledge

Carlsberg, the brewing giant, has signed the World Federation of Advertisers’ (WFA) Planet Pledge to increase consumer awareness and improve the supply chain. ...
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Carbon Recycling Tech Company Intends to Turn CO2 Waste Into Fabric

LanzaTech, a carbon recycling tech company, and Lululemon, a Canadian-American apparel retailer, partner to produce clothing materials made from CO2.
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KADA Celebrates Women Empowerment with Sustainable Clothing

KADA, a Boston-based clothing company, makes a statement against the wasteful practices in the fashion industry with sustainability and women empowerment.
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Rocc Naturals Develops First-Ever Biodegradable Toothpaste Tube

Finally, we have biodegradable toothpaste tubes. Developed by Rocc Naturals, the tubes need 6 to 10 years to break down and don’t become harmful...
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Undo For Tomorrow Creates a Range of 100% Vegan Sneakers

Undo for Tomorrow, a Brazilian brand designed an 100% vegan made from recycled and natural materials. They are weatherproof too, for wet and cold...
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A Peek Into Hewlett Foundation’s Plan to Electrify Road Traffic by 2050

Hewlett Foundation recently announced zero-emission strategy to eliminate the use of the fuel engine in personal vehicles and the trucking industry by 2050.
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New Solar and Wind Projects Will Be Cheaper Than Coal Plants

IRENA Director-General confirms that new solar and wind projects will generate cheaper electricity than the world’s cheapest new coal plants.
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