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The company genetically modifies lettuce in hi-tech greenhouses to produce casein, which is the main ingredient required to make cheese and other dairy products. The post Tech startup Pigmentum creates milk from lettuce appeared first on Viable Earth.
The brand has abandoned traditional cartons in favour of recyclable lightweight pouches that can each produce eight litres of on-demand and quick oat milk. The post Overherd’s new oat milk powder cuts packaging by 90 per cent appeared first on Viable...
The company also sets short and long-term science-based targets (SBTs) to cut down its environmental impact and support a planet positive future. The post Moose Toys commits to achieve net-zero emissions by 2040 appeared first on Viable Earth.
The refill stations are part of the company’s initiatives to encourage consumers to lead more sustainable lifestyles by offering them options to reuse their plastic bottles instead of putting them to waste. The post Watsons Philippines opens its second refilling...
Opening an average website on the internet produces almost two grams of C02 per page view. The post New Zealand internet startup aims to offer Kiwis ‘sustainable surfing’ appeared first on Viable Earth.
Nestle has invested $2.5 million into its Smithtown factory in New South Wales to produce the new cups. The post Nestle Professional partners with 7-Eleven to launch recyclable cups appeared first on Viable Earth.
After collecting bicycle tyres and tubes from bike shops and individual riders, Revolve ReCYCLING aggregates all the items and passes them to Tyrecycle. Then, Tyrecycle converts materials into new useful products. The post Tyrecycle and Revolve ReCycling give new life...
The windows have a thin layer of water between glass panes, absorbing the heat from sunlight and other radiation. The post Water-filled glass windows could cut energy bills by 25 per cent appeared first on Viable Earth.
The product, dubbed Pluumo, is made using surplus feathers from down and poultry. The post London startup develops styrofoam alternative from feathers appeared first on Viable Earth.
“This is a pivotal partnership for the mining industry,” said Mevco CEO Matt Cahir. The post Australian mining companies to deploy 8500 electric trucks worth A$1 billion appeared first on Viable Earth.