Read the full story at Food Navigator.
Fruit pouches are light, convenient, and fun. Right now, however, despite the best efforts of organizations such as TerraCycle, most of the them end up in landfill, says the firm behind GoGo squeeZ, which is promising to bring a recyclable version onto the market by 2022.
Read the full story from Recycling Today.
Five million mattresses have been recycled by the Bye Bye Mattress program in California since the program began in 2016, according to a Mattress Recycling Council (MRC) news release. The program has helped the state save more than 6 million cubic yards of landfill space.
Read the full story from the Illinois Sustainable Technology Center.
With the start of a new year, ISTC’s Institutional Water Treatment (IWT) program is offering a new service to test water sources for Legionella, the bacterium that causes Legionnaires’ disease, to decrease exposure for clients with weak immune systems.
Read the full story at Inside Climate News.
Reporters from Southeastern newsrooms hold leaders in their communities accountable for reducing emissions and preparing for climate change-related emergencies.
Read the full story from the New Daily.
In an Australian first, a 400-litre bag of algae has been installed at a Sydney brewery to reduce carbon emissions and produce food, pharmaceuticals and even bio-plastic.
Read the full story in Wired.
A world awash in plastic will soon get slammed by more, as major oil companies ramp up their production.
Read the full story in Nature.
Researchers have started an attribution study to determine how much global warming is to blame for the blazes that have ravaged the continent.
Read the full post from Google.
Across the web, there are millions of datasets about nearly any subject that interests you. If you’re looking to buy a puppy, you could find datasets compiling complaints of puppy buyers or studies on puppy cognition. Or if you like skiing, you could find data on revenue of ski resorts or injury rates and participation numbers. Dataset Search has indexed almost 25 million of these datasets, giving you a single place to search for datasets and find links to where the data is. Over the past year, people have tried it out and provided feedback, and now Dataset Search is officially out of beta.