From Copenhagen's ski slope atop a waste-to-energy plant to the world's first 3D-printed neighborhood in Mexico, these innovations are helping to create a more sustainable tomorrow.
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In some parts of the world, drinking water isn't readily available, and single-use plastic water bottles are still piling up on landfills. This next-gen water bottle is a game-changer on both fronts.
Unilever is hoping to increase sales five-fold by 2027 through its label The Vegan Butcher and dairy-free ice cream from Ben & Jerry's, Magnum and Wall's.
Companies around the world are shifting their focus to the green — not money — but sustainability. Beer is no different. Welcome to the world's first craft beer hotel created by the world's first carbon-negative brewery.
Newsweek talks to Ewan McGregor and best friend Charley Boorman about their new epic motorcycle series 'Long Way Up' which reunites them on a 13,000-mile journey from the southernmost tip of South America to L.A. But this time they have to plug in as they go—they're riding electric Harleys.
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The entire world is going through a massive lifestyle change. Here are some ways you can make those changes friendlier to the planet we live in.
"This is a simple, durable, inexpensive way to address the global water crisis, especially in developing nations," researcher Chunlei Guo said.
Gorilla tourism brings much-needed revenue to conservation and communities in East Africa. With these elements at risk due to COVID-19, here's how travelers can support the local people, so they don't resort to poaching.
The 33-year-old spent up to 80 hours a week foraging and growing hundreds of items to feed himself.
Starting Wednesday, the fast-food chain will sell the "Incogmeato" Italian sausage on its Garden Specialty pizza for a limited time at a single store location in Phoenix, Arizona.
While the young activist was a favorite, the 2019 award went to Abiy Ahmed, the Prime Minister of Ethiopia.
"A common and pernicious form of greenwashing is saying one thing on your company's sustainability but doing another thing on the trade associations that you're funding," Ben Ratner told Newsweek.
That's equivalent to an estimated 2,600 trees.
"Highly automated, intelligent systems promise to transform people's lives and even question the very role of humans," said researcher Laurie Wright.
Climate Week might soon be over but there are several ways you can cut your carbon footprint, from changing up the way you travel to getting thrifty with leftovers and buying secondhand.
Around 70 percent of greenhouse gas emissions pumped into the Earth's atmosphere each year can be attributed to 100 companies. That gives them a powerful platform in the move to sustainable business.
As corporations shift to focusing on environmental and social sustainability, Intrepid Travel is ahead of the curve.
Mass-market brands provide high-end styles at low prices. But what if the latest luxury trend is sustainability?
"Due to the deodorizing effect the probiotics have on the body, it may reduce the amount of time you need to wash your clothes," says designer Rosie Broadhead.
Get up close and personal with endangered pachyderms at these ethical elephant sanctuaries.
These companies make it easy to be sustainable while you travel
"It was used during political events to reaffirm a shared identity, to get people to let loose, and to create a memorable interaction that would bind leaders together through time," the study co-author told Newsweek.
Five years ago, over 1,000 people were killed when a garment factory in Bangladesh collapsed. Fashion Revolution co-founder Orsola de Castro talks to Newsweek about why it was a pivotal moment for the fashion industry.
Several lawmakers sparred with Dr. Philip Duffy, a leading climate scientist.
Eating crab doesn't just kill crabs.
Volcanic ash, often a waste material, could change how we build our cities.