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MEDIA

less Death Star, more Millennium Falcon

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Wall Street Journal

"Products Made With Captured Greenhouse Gas Are Reaching Commercial Scale."

11/28/22

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Tatler

"Is Alternative Leather the Future of the Fashion Industry?"

6/21/22

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Dieline

“AirCarbon Utensils Now Available At Gelson's Supermarkets.”

4/11/22

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Vogue

“H&M Launches Its Fifth Sustainability Initiative With A Timeless Collection Titled ‘Cherish Waste.’”

4/06/22

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Discovery

"Plucking CO2 from the Air Could Decarbonize Food, Fuel, and Fashion."

4/05/22

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Yahoo! Finance

“AIRCARBON X GELSON'S On A Mission: AIRCARBON Launches at Gelson's to Help Replace Plastic.”

4/05/22

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Fast Company

“This Company Is Capturing Methane—Then Using It To Make Forks And Straws.”

3/23/22

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Chief Executive

“For Mark Herrema, the “why” was because he wanted Newlight Technologies to help solve climate change.”

1/26/22

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Medium

“Chasing A Carbon-Zero World.”

12/05/21

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WWD

“An A-Z Guide To The Next-Gen Materials Taking A Step Forward For Sustainability.”

11/09/21

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VICE

“These Companies Are Making Physical Goods Out Of Thin Air.”

10/13/21

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HYPEBEAST

"What the Tech? Microorganism-Harvested AirCarbon Will Make Your Next Pair of Nikes."

9/17/21

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WWD

“These Next-Gen Materials Are Wooing Investors And U.S. Shoppers, Report Finds.”

9/08/21

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Treehugger

"Best of Green Awards: 2021."

6/29/21

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Fashion For Good

“Newlight’s use of carbon capture technology transforms carbon from greenhouse gases into PHA biopolymers.”

6/10/21

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Forbes

“The world’s first carbon-negative eyewear. Made from a natural material called AirCarbon, each pair removes 2.03 kilograms of CO2 equivalents from the atmosphere.”

6/07/21

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WWD

“There’s also a growing trend toward carbon capture technologies which enable brands like Covalent … to extract carbon from the air with its novel ‘AirCarbon’ material.”

5/05/21

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Fast Company

"World Changing Ideas Awards: 2021."

5/04/21

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Popular Mechanics

"Plastics are slowly choking the planet. The solution might be hidden in one of the world's smallest organisms."

5/02/21

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Flaunt Magazine

"The foodware in this film was made with AirCarbon, a reusable, carbon-negative material made by life."

4/22/21

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Byrdie

"Meet Covalent: The Brand Amplifying Environmental Transparency in Fashion."

3/31/21

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Dieline

“Can AirCarbon Solve our Single-Use Packaging Problem?”

3/25/21

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Brightly

"Unlike soggy pasta straws, these products truly feel like the eco-friendly and sustainable products of the future."

3/22/21

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Forbes

"After ten years of development, the company was able to produce a cost-effective and carbon-negative biomaterial."

3/05/21

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Bio Plastics Magazine
 

"A natural and regenerative foodware brand that launched in 2020 to help end the flow of plastic into the ocean by replacing it with AirCarbon®"

3/04/21

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Trendhunter

"AirCarbon is and made without synthetic plastics, glues, or PLA."



3/03/21

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Restaurant News

"Certified carbon negative by Carbon Trust and SCS Global, meaning they actually reduce carbon in the atmosphere."


3/03/21

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QSR Magazine

"Shake Shack is introducing AirCarbon cutlery and straws at select locations by joining forces with Restore Foodware."

3/03/21

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ExBulletin

"A palliative response to the considerable impact of fashion on the environment."

1/29/21

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Barron's

"The material is actually meltable and can be purified and molded into myriad uses."

 

1/28/21

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Popsugar

“With each handbag backed by blockchain technology, every step of Covalent's production process is trackable.”

1/26/21

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Now This

"AirCarbon can be molded just like plastic to make single-use biodegradables like straws and cutlery."

1/04/21

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Waste 360

"Newlight’s innovation gets some help from microorganisms found in the ocean."

12/21/20

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Vogue

"Covalent products are not only animal-free, but regenerative, and carbon-negative too."

11/14/20

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Fashionista

"AirCarbon's environmental stats are impressive."

11/11/20

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CNN

"Because AirCarbon uses gasses from the atmosphere, the products are carbon negative."

10/19/20

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India Times

"A new material that looks and behaves like plastic, but instead of staying forever in the oceans, it is extremely biodegradable."

10/12/20

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EcoWatch

"Carbon-Negative Straws and Cutlery Could Help Stop Plastic Pollution."

10/03/20

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Sustainable Brands

"Meet Covalent: The world’s first regenerative, carbon-negative fashion brand made with AirCarbon."

9/29/20

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Optimist Daily

"Carbon-negative straws that look and feel like real plastic but break down naturally." 

9/25/20

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Seeking Alpha

"By consuming greenhouse gas as a resource... AirCarbon has a net carbon-negative cradle-to-gate carbon footprint."

9/25/20

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Esquire

"Your days of oppression and disappointment at the hands of paper straws are behind you."

9/24/20

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 Fast Company

"A new material that could simultaneously help tackle the challenges of climate change and ocean plastic."

9/24/20
 

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WWD

"These minimal luxury accessories are proving grounds for regenerative and bio-based materials."


9/24/20

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IBM

"Turning greenhouse gas into a resource with blockchain-backed technology."



9/12/19