Each new sustainable building tile contains at least 70 percent waste material and is the equivalent of cleaning 30,000 liters of air, the company website said.
The chain, which has about 500 locations in China, is the first major fast-food company to outright replace items made with animal products with a plant-based version.
Jelly Belly launched a vegan candy gummy that is shaped like a jelly belly, but that replaces the gelatin with tapioca and minimal artificial coloring.
Formula 1 will adopt a 100% sustainable, bio-waste derived fuel and become carbon neutral in 2021.
The world’s biggest insurance market will stop new insurance for coal, oil sands and Arctic energy projects by 2022 and pull out of the business altogether by 2030.
The move grants recognition to some of baseball’s pioneers from 1920 to 1948 and immediately rewrites the game’s record books.
The UK’s Tesco has switched to recycled cardboard for packaging of holiday lights, crackers, pudding, cards, and more.
The diversity requirements would mandate that each of the Nasdaq’s 3,249 companies have at least one female director and at least one director who identifies as an underrepresented minority or LGBTQ+.
After ongoing pressure from environmental groups and Indigenous communities, Bank of America has said it will not finance any oil and gas exploration in the Arctic, making it the last major U.S. financial institution to do so.
The potential benefits of AMP Robotic’s machine learning-enabled robots are undeniable. The company’s technology can sort waste streams in ways that traditional systems never could and at a cost that’s far lower than most waste-handling facilities.