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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.
Soon there may always be a fungus among us.
At least 1,000 turtles die every year from plastic in the ocean.
Floating solar fuels rig can produce fuel that's currently used in NASA's rockets.
Sealed Air Corporation ranked among the top 10 publicly traded companies in the U.S. for sustainability practices on Newsweek's Green Rankings 2017 list.
One building already has electricity-generating windows.
Embalming is now considered a dangerous practice.
Embedding sustainable ideals into everyday life is fraught with difficulties.
Reducing food waste could save U.K. businesses £300 million a year.
The largest study ever of global fisheries shows that simple industry-wide changes could help decimated fish populations recover in 10 years.
As campaigners like Pharrell Williams get involved, sustainability in the fashion industry has become the new cool.
A total of 14 percent of all humans who have ever existed are alive today.