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Scientists Look Ahead Five Decades in State-of-the-Planet Report

The number of extreme events, such as hurricanes and famine, affecting at least one million people will increase over the next 45 years if a certain scenario of world development plays out.


New Green Custom Packaging Technology

Responding to public demand for companies to be environmentally sensitive, a new custom packaging solution called the Environmental Packaging Solution (EPS) now enables retailers and consumers to have their products in packaging made from a 100 percent annually renewable resource -- NatureWorks PLA.


Clean-Tech Investor Summit

The Clean-Tech Investor Summit is designed to foster innovation and investment opportunities in products and services that reduce pollution, waste, and resource use.


Plant-based Resin Paint Being Developed for Consumer Electronics

For the first time in the world, Sharp Corporation and Kansai Paint have developed technology for painting the plastic parts of consumer electronics with plant-based resin paint made from corn.


New Satellite Technology Penetrates Rain Forest Canopy

Results from a new large-scale, high-resolution satellite data analysis indicate that forest degradation in the Brazilian Amazon has been underestimated by half.


Eco-friendly Plastics Developed from Vegetables

Companies have continually looked for cleaner and cheaper ways to make plastic.


Treating Wastewater with Membrane Bioreactor Technology

Treating wastewater by using Membrane Bioreactor technology (MBR) is appearing in treatment plants in the US.


Nobel Prize Goes to Green Chemistry

This year's Nobel Prize Laureates in chemistry have made metathesis into one of organic chemistry's most important reactions.



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