#Finance & innovation

  • Article: Nobel Prize in Chemistry Recognizes Key Renewable Energy Breakthrough

    Nobel Prize in Chemistry Recognizes Key Renewable Energy Breakthrough

    By Joe McCarthy|Oct. 9, 2019

    “They have laid the foundation of a wireless, fossil fuel-free society.” Read more

  • Article: The UN Wants Companies to Stop Ruining the Ocean

    The UN Wants Companies to Stop Ruining the Ocean

    By Joe McCarthy  and  Erica Sanchez|Oct. 2, 2019

    The UN Global Compact is trying to tie corporate success to the health of the oceans. Read more

  • Article: Aluminum Might Be the Best Plastic Alternative We Have

    Aluminum Might Be the Best Plastic Alternative We Have

    By Joe McCarthy  and  Erica Sanchez|July 19, 2019

    As plastic pollution reaches crisis levels, companies are seeking alternatives. Read more

  • Article: Adidas Teamed Up With Stella McCartney for a 100% Recyclable Hoodie

    Adidas Teamed Up With Stella McCartney for a 100% Recyclable Hoodie

    By Joe McCarthy|July 9, 2019

    The concept suggests a more sustainable approach to fashion. Read more

  • Article: Americans Produce 3 Times as Much Garbage as the Global Average

    Americans Produce 3 Times as Much Garbage as the Global Average

    By Joe McCarthy|July 3, 2019

    The world produces enough waste annually to fill 822,000 Olympic-sized pools. Read more

  • Article: These College Students Invented a Beach Vacuum to Suck Up Microplastics

    These College Students Invented a Beach Vacuum to Suck Up Microplastics

    By Joe McCarthy  and  Erica Sanchez|June 28, 2019

    “We want to use our engineering skills to help to save the planet.” Read more

  • Article: Nigeria Unveils $15 Million Plan to Fight E-Waste

    Nigeria Unveils $15 Million Plan to Fight E-Waste

    By Joe McCarthy|June 24, 2019

    Over the past nine years, e-waste has more than doubled around the world. Read more

  • Article: Scientists Just Developed a Plastic That Can Be Infinitely Recycled

    Scientists Just Developed a Plastic That Can Be Infinitely Recycled

    By Erica SanchezGaëlle Langué  and  Joe McCarthy|May 8, 2019

    Only 9% of the plastic that’s used around the world gets recycled. Read more