Collaborative consumption, or the sharing economy, will support the goals of the 2015 Paris Agreement. Here’s how.
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COP21 has the potential to impact fuel consumption practices around the world. But how will businesses cope?
Fabric that generates electricity. Sounds like something from The Jetsons, right? Researchers at Georgia Institute of Technology have brought us a step closer to the future. They’re developing a fabric that can harvest energy from both sunshine and motion.
Camelina oilseed is part of a new biofuel industry initiative that has significant potential for an eco-business.
Repurposing plastic involves less manufacturing and more creativity than plastic recycling. In this third in a series, we describe repurposing plastic and its artistic potential.
This second article in a series on plastic recycling looks at ways you can become an eco-entrepreneur intermediary who gives plastic a better home.
In this first article in a series,you’ll learn how recycling then remanufacturing plastic has real eco-business potential.
Seaweed farming is an eco-business on the rise. It’s also helping a struggling fishing industry to re-envision itself in new aquaculture terms.
Women eco-entrepreneurs in the solar energy industry are taking action for empowerment, diversity in careers, and extending access to energy to impoverished areas of the world.
In Part II of this two-part series, you’ll learn the five most popular ideas for starting a green small business in 2016.
In Part I of this two-part series, you’ll learn five of the ten of 2016’s most popular ideas for starting a green small business. In the next installment, you’ll discover the final five ways that you, too, can become a success green entrepreneur in 2016.
You love the environment, and you’ve always wanted to open a small business. Here are five hints to help you get started and be successful.