Andrea Nyilas

Andrea Nyilas is a Life Cycle Assessment and Sustainability Consultant and a Sustainability and Environmental journalist. She holds a Master of Science degree in Environmental Sciences and Policy from Central European University, in addition to a Master of Arts degree in Economics from the Corvinus University of Budapest. She is particularly interested in circular economy, natural resource management, and waste reduction.

In an era defined by the urgent need for sustainable practices, the fashion industry finds itself at a critical crossroads. As society seeks environmentally friendly solutions, integrating smart textiles is emerging as a glimmer of hope. Over the past few decades,

Introducing the Next Generation of Workout Gear As technology continues to evolve, the world of sports and fitness has seen an increase in the use of smart textiles. These textiles have the ability to transform the way athletes train and compete, as

The One Forest Summit (1-2 March 2023), co-led by France and Gabon, has pledged to protect forests and biodiversity from the damaging effects of climate change. The summit, which took place in Gabon's capital, Libreville, announced the ambitious Libreville Plan,

The world needs to be phasing out coal power quickly enough to achieve the Paris Agreement's target of a maximum of 2 degrees of warming. According to a new study by researchers from Chalmers University of Technology and Lund University

Scientists have made a major breakthrough in creating a more sustainable and cost-effective method for producing hydrogen, a crucial component in the push for renewable energy sources. The current method is expensive and unsustainable Traditional methods of producing industrial hydrogen rely on

As technology advances at an incredible pace, new and innovative materials are being developed that can change how we interact with the world around us. Smart textiles, or e-textiles, are one such material that has the potential to revolutionize the textile

Technology has already changed every aspect of our lives and is now revolutionizing the fashion industry. Smart textile technologies have opened up a whole new world of possibilities for designers, manufacturers, and consumers alike. We have just recently touched upon the

The EU taxonomy is a classification system designed to help companies and investors identify environmentally sustainable economic activities. We first covered the general concepts and the EU taxonomy itself here. The European Union created the taxonomy to support its commitment to

As the world seeks to reduce its carbon footprint and would like to transition to a more sustainable energy future, hydrogen has emerged as a promising clean fuel. However, producing hydrogen through conventional methods involves significant carbon emissions and is