Thanks to sustainable processes, Rethread Africa creates biodegradable materials from agricultural waste, such as pineapple leaves, strengthening the circular economy.
Kuori, a cleantech startup, does its part against microplastics by transforming food waste into compostable shoe soles.
'Sustainable resurrection' for industrial spaces in Hangzhou, China: an old refinery becomes a state-of-the-art green park
Self-sufficient and innovative houses: from design to insulation, the future of living is surprising.
Cutlery and utensils that dissolve shortly after use? The future of sustainability in catering also passes through materials
Cutting-edge research developed by a Korean institute: energy and a filter that purifies water thanks to a special membrane
A "super mushroom" contains several layers with which to make all kinds of materials: towards sustainable and "closed-loop" mass products
Simulate weather conditions: from sunshine to extreme cold, everything is possible in Energy House Labs, the laboratory that controls the weather.
The material that changes color and temperature: a "chameleon" in the form of an economical and sustainable building material for buildings.
Here are four sustainable and interesting ideas for just as many objects that can replace the current ones. Or Teach us something.
Easy to repair, easy to recycle, easy to disassemble (in 45 seconds). Concept Luna is the laptop we all want, and maybe it will "teach" Dell to create what we all will have.
A sea of uses, and a clear road in construction in these difficult times. Hemp has only one problem, but a big one: you never grow too much of it.
New systems, new business models: in times of energy and climate crisis, even the laundry sector is rethinking. The example of an English startup
A city that gives its inhabitants water, food, energy and work, producing more than it consumes. This is Nexgen's promise.
Will mosquitoes and air conditioners haunt your summer? There are clever solutions that can save goat and cabbage. Take this mosquito net.
The tallest building in Rotterdam will also be the greenest: this apartment building is made of 90% wood. A choice that smacks of a true future.
PEELSPHERE arrives in Berlin, an innovative and dynamic fabric that responds to the needs of designers and entrepreneurs in the sector.
The first detailed investigation of the impact of passive solar reveals surprising results: it's time to open the skylights!