By 2050, there is predicted to be more plastic in the ocean by weight than fish. Learn about the institutions and organizations taking a stand.
Fabulous bees need fabulous, sustainable 3D Printed Beehives. HiveHaven was making great strides, but now they've put the project on hold. What happened?
Farmbot is an open-source CNC farming machine that -- while not exactly a 3D printer -- is a great use of 3D printing technology.
The world's first 3D printed sunglasses from plastic waste? Startup to turn car dashboards, soda bottles and fridges into quality shades.
Studio H is a multidisciplinary design studio which developed a 3D printing project which takes fruit and vegetables (thrown out due to their ugliness) and creates nutritious snacks which are interesting shapes.
3D Brooklyn is a New York based company who have been experimenting with making 3D printer filament entirely from potato chip bags.
Project Seafood is an unique and interesting way in which we can recycle the plastic waste which ends up on our beaches.
If you're looking for a fashionable way to live sustainably, then perhaps you should consider trainers made from ocean waste. Adidas showed them at Paris Climate Summit 2016.
The Sustainia Community Award, which is given to a solution, technology or initiative with significant potential to build a more sustainable future, was awarded to The Plastic Bank at the COP21 Climate Conference in Paris.
By turning used plastic into sunglasses, phone cases and toys, 3D printing is being used to encourage children to go to school.
Belgian designers propose a new concept in watchmaking that's 3D printed, stylish, and fully recyclable. Meet the Monicker Watch.