New dye coated paper and water-filled cartridges can be used in a standard inkjet printer, cutting paper waste.
There’s growing appetite for sustainability expertise in the world of events management, says Teresa Moore.
A new laser engraving technique could pave the way for longer-life smartphone screens.
A new seafloor wave-to-energy converter offers high power conversion efficiency and cost-effective features for resilience.
A new PV add-on turns light into heat for improved efficiencies and thermal energy storage.
Nilufar Verjee, Commercial and Marketing Director at Twin Trading, meets the women of coffee co-operative Kopakama in Rwanda.
A new data platform launched by the World Resources Institute aims to tackle deforestation and illegal logging around the world.
An Indian entrepreneur encourages women to produce and sell their own sanitary products at a fraction of the market price, overcoming a barrier to education for girls.
A new technique allows graphene nanoribbons to transport electrons without interruption for greater distances.
Martin Wright discusses his experiences as an assessor with Ashden’s Emma-Louise Frost.
I pulled out the latest issue of Green Futures for a bit of light relief. It instantly lifted my mood as it reminded me just… how exciting sustainability issues can be.
Overseas House, 19 - 23 Ironmonger Row,
London, EC1V 3QN.
Tel: +44 (0) 20 7324 email@example.com
Sign up to our newsletter