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The Future Is...Fungi?: This Biotech Company Transforms Mushrooms Into Luxury Materials Used by Hermès

At MycoWorks' "Freedom of Creation" exhibit, co-founder and chief of culture Sophia Wang discusses how artistic beginnings launched a biotech company that's churning out fungi-fueled materials fit for "a prince's yacht" -- and driving sustainability and diversity in the corporate world.

Amanda Breen

Vegan Brands Are Swinging For Our Greatest Hope: Gen Z

The fastest-growing brands in the plant-based food space are realizing that to sell to young people today, they can't play it safe.

Brian Kateman

The Top 3 Sustainable Business Practices for Entrepreneurs

Being sustainable doesn't mean being perfect, but following these practices can get you close.

GE to Split Into 3 Companies Focused on Aviation, Healthcare, Energy

In a Nov. 9 press release, the company said it plans to spin off GE Aviation, GE Healthcare, and the combined GE Renewable Energy, GE Power, and GE Digital into three separate "industry-leading, investment-grade public companies" in order "to realize the full potential of each business."

Surfing the World Showed Kelly Slater How Delicate Nature Is. Now He's Working With Outerknown CEO Mark Walker to Reach Full Circularity by 2030.

Outerknown is a sustainable clothing brand that was founded in 2015 with the hopes of reducing textile waste in the fashion industry.

Emily Rella

Viral Video Exposes How One Luxury Fashion Company Destroys Unwanted Merchandise

The company has since announced that it's changing its goods policies.

Chloe Arrojado

It's Time For the Future of Farming to Be a Dinner Table Topic

With supply chains slashed and increased droughts, the public needs to take an interest in how they get their food.

Michael Gilbert

4 Principles for Building a 100-Year Home

How to build houses that contribute to the long-term health of the occupant and the planet.

Doug Tarry

Can Technology Help Us Fight Climate Change?

The world's most pressing environmental issues are of our own making, so it's up to us to find ways to solve them.

Adrian Nita