100% biobased textile not a matter of course

100% biobased textile not a matter of course

Wool, linen, cotton: the textile industry has traditionally used natural materials. And yet precisely this industry…

Pierre Gielen



Towards an accurate accounting for carbon from biomass

We need a fairer method to account for the footprint of biogenic carbon and allocate it…

Editorial office / Brussels

Green investments

European Parliament passes law against greenwashing

Today (June 18), the European Parliament passed a law setting criteria for sustainable investments. Until now,…

Editorial office / Brussels

Sea turtle eating plastic bag

‘Degradable’ plastic bags still not gone after 3 years

Biodegradable plastic bags can still be used after three years in nature to carry heavy groceries,…

Editorial office / Plymouth

Green & Sustainable Chemistry Conference 1

Broad approach and exchange on sustainable chemistry needed

To contribute in a long-term, viable and globally applicable manner to the United Nations Sustainable Development…

Editorial office / Berlin

Brands invest in biobased materials

Brands invest in biobased materials

Consumer interest in sustainability is causing brands to pay attention to the bioeconomy.. That is one…

Editorial office / Bruxelles