As it turns out, there are an array of biases that sway our decisions about what to place in the green bin and what to throw away.
In the U.S. and around the world, a growing number of environmentalists and clothing industry executives say it’s time to end the wasteful clothing culture.
Modern supply chains have become so long and complex that many electronics companies don’t actually know which substances are in all the parts they use in their products.
71 percent of consumers wish companies would do a better job of helping them understand the environmental terms they use to talk about their products and services.
Eco-labeling provides consumers with socially and environmentally friendly choices, but it also encourages even more consumption. Across the globe the concept of sustainable consumption is being touted as t...
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Some industry giants are getting scared that virgin materials for packaging their products are going the way of the Dodo – and they’re putting their hopes into recycling.
Cindy Coutts, President of SIMS Canada, spoke to TSSS on March 9, 2011, and opened our eyes to the complex world of electronics recycling.