Plastic bags are the leading cause of death in marine life, not only is it unpleasant to look at on the streets its harmful to our environment. Plastic pollution in the ocean has gotten so bad that trace amounts of microplastic has been found in aquatic life.
Everlane, a self-proclaimed purveyor of “radical transparency,” is taking steps toward more sustainable textile manufacturing practices.
Nestlé has announced its goal to make 100 percent of its packaging recyclable or reusable by 2025, with the hope that none of its packaging, including plastics, ends up in landfill or as litter.
Reading Time: 3 minutes EarthDefine, a provider of high-resolution geospatial spatial data that uses artificial intelligence (AI) to analyze aerial and LIDAR imagery, recently announced the release of an updated building footprint database, which contains over 156 million footprints of commercial…
When the greatest share of a product’s environmental impact comes from producing its feedstock, selecting the right material is critical. For 3D printing and manufacturing in plastic, biopolymer could be the first step toward a more sustainable model.
The Port of Seattle Commission hosted a study session today to review progress implementing the Port’s Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF) strategic plan and significant investments of the private sector in SAF production and use in Washington. The study session occurs just days after the Washington state legislature approved policy creating a low carbon fuel standard. The policy to lower carbon emissions from fuel now goes to Washington state Governor Jay Inslee for his signature.