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Originally published on Ecopreneurist. A food desert is a neighborhood with few supermarkets. It may teem with fast food restaurants and convenience stores selling cigarettes, candy, and pre-packaged snack foods, but the residents have little access to fresh fruits, vegetables, and meat. Food deserts tend to occur in a city’s poorest neighborhoods. Two programs — […]
Originally published on Gas2. We can’t all be Elon Musk, smashing multiple business paradigms in a single bound. But there are opportunities for innovative thinking all around us. All we have to do is look. That’s what one entrepreneur in England did a few years ago. Arthur Kay is an architect by training. While designing […]
Originally published on Ecopreneurist. What do bicycles and sustainability have to do with each other? If you are Shawn Walton of Atlanta, bicycles are a way to teach young people about recycling, growing their own food, and being good stewards of the earth. While an education major at Morehouse College, Walton rode his bicycle six […]
Sweden’s Tetra Pak has developed food packaging made from renewable materials that are 100% recyclable.
A prison recycling program has reduced waste sent to the landfill and composts food waste. It saves the taxpayers almost $10,000 a year.
The OmniProcessor makes enough safe, clean drinking water from sewage for a community of 100,000 people. Watch Bill Gates drink some of it.
A laboratory in Mexico has invented a process for bioethanol production that uses inedible food waste left over from commercial processing as a feed stock.
A sustainable business needs to have a circular economy model that re-purposes its waste products as raw materials for new products.
These four artificial Christmas trees featuring reused or recycled materials show how this simple holiday symbol can inspire artists and makers.
The EcoSafe Digester is an aerobic machine that turns food waste into harmless grey water, which can be disposed of through sewer systems.
A new anaerobic digester technology turns waste food into compressed natural gas ready for use in CNG-powered vehicles.
Recycling cooking oil has turned into a municipal program in Barcelona: citizens use Olipots to collect & filter oil instead of dumping it down the drain.