Scientists at KAIST have developed a long-lasting catalyst that recycles greenhouse gases into ingredients that can be used in fuel and hydrogen gas.
The humble fungus might not be so humble after all, as it carves out space in bioremediation and other sustainability fields — and it’s smart, too.
Today’s investors are interested in more than a company’s size or market worth. Particularly in the younger generation, they expect companies to operate according to environmental, social and governance (ESG) principles.
Of all the epidemics that plague us in modern living, the plague of single-use plastics seems to be the most pervasive.