Greenpeace warns in a new report that we've wasted decades and billions of dollars pretending single-use plastic recycling is feasible or desirable.
DARPA-funded research seeks to tackle the climate crisis and global hunger by producing a protein powder from plastic and bacteria.
As rubbish piles up on a vast dumpsite, the women who sift through it for their livelihood are suffering reproductive health problems that scientists say have been overlooked.
Three years ago, my Pixel 3 was the latest and greatest Google phone. Now, the company has stopped providing software updates, making it a security risk to use.
Everyone is a fan of something: How Funko Pops! became a physical manifestation of the internet.
The cause of the fire—and what was inside—has potentially profound ramifications for our clean energy future.
A new study shows that trout can get addicted to meth that comes from human waste, and it "could overshadow natural rewards like foraging or mating."
“Some people think zero waste means no trash. Actually, for me, the meaning of zero waste is no excess,” one environmentalist said.
A long-forgotten chemical dumping ground off the coast of Los Angeles raises questions about the damage caused by deepwater waste sites.
Or 54 Boeing 747-8 aeroplanes at full capacity.
States are rolling back their plastic bag bans and restaurants are turning to single-use utensils to reopen in the face of the coronavirus pandemic.
"Being zero-waste… helps one become more conscious of everyday habits and the environment, which is a plus in these times."