Each of the hotel's seven rooms is made of two recycled containers.
1 billion scrap tyres are produced globally every year. Now researchers are blending them together to make roads.
The pair tied the knot in plastic-free PPE on the south-west coast of England.
How do we solve fashion’s major problem with leftover stock?
These giant warehouses full of computers can get very warm.
The UN estimates that the total value of retrievable materials from dumped and burned electronics is €50 billion.
One British man built his own pub out of second-hand materials, so neighbours can enjoy a beer in the sun.
Recycled batteries can be turned into fertiliser that is being used to grow food.
Saving soup cans from going to landfill is surely something Warhol would have approved of.
Fixing and updating electronics is cheaper and more energy efficient than buying new ones.
Gopal Namajoshi hopes his artwork will open up conversations about how humans and animals can coexist on the planet.
Living rooms are being turned into makeshift workshops to create protective equipment for medical personnel.
Chocolatier Montezuma's has opened a recycling-focused pop up shop.
Business Planet heads to Austria to see how one big family firm is attempting to turn the problem of plastic pollution from packaging into a sustainable business opportunity.
Business Planet speaks with a leading figure in the plastics industry to find out how the unbiodegradable material can become more environment friendly.
Tonnes of flowers are dumped into waterways each year but this company is turning them into something beautiful.
The African continent is the world leader in plastic bag regulations.
Instead of launching with a flashy London Fashion Week event, Anya Hindmarch used her platform to raise awareness.
The Green Deal has paved the way for a sustainable product policy. Now legislators must seize this opportunity to ensure all smartphones sold in the EU are designed to be repaired and last longer.
There is the capacity for all the paper cups we use to be recycled in the UK. The problem is that customers don’t put them in the right bins.
Most plastics can only be recycled two or three times before they become unusable.
There's your usual repurposing ocean plastic plus cinnamon t-shirts and wine barrel home decor.
Gathering heads of state, ministers and energy innovators together in the UAE capital, Abu Dhabi Sustainability Week ran from January 11-18.
Nursery school children in the United Arab Emirates are learning early about the importance of recycling leftover food.
Almost 90 million air passengers pass through Dubai each year, bringing 5,500 tonnes of plastic. But attitudes are changing.
Fashion capitals have been outed as the biggest producers of textile waste.