A Canadian company hopes its biodegradable products will appeal to environmentally conscious coffee consumers
New covers allow users total customizability.
Ecovative Design's compostable material is a sustainable alternative to plastic foam packaging.
Katie Ledger conceptualizes garments with layers that molt without the need for laundering.
From new coffee cups to plantable raincoats, four examples of fresh thinking on packaging and product design that cuts down on waste.
The insulated product launches at Bed Bath & Beyond, with a campaign on Facebook.
The athletic wear company will design sneakers and t-shirts that can be used in your garden, along with food scraps and plants.
Puma's CEO says the manufacturer is developing biodegradable products that can be recycled or thrown on the compost heap.
Inspired by the crude palm leaf based plates he observed being made in India, Michael Dwork started VerTerra Dinnerware, a line of compostable plates, bowls and serving dishes.