The Amazon rainforest is a lynchpin of our planet’s health and a global public good. The finance sector is well placed to conserve it — but it must be supported in that effort.
The world generated a record 53.6 metric tonnes of electronic waste or 'e-waste' in 2019, and the figure is rising. We should look to Africa for solutions.
They store carbon efficiently, contain more biodiversity than forests and protect against floods and wildfires. So, why aren't wetlands a bigger part of the climate-change discussion?
While scientists believe these sinkholes are the result of longer-term climate cycles, they also note how climate change continues to reshape the Arctic.
Circle Pack is a grassroots organization in Hawaii that is turning cardboard waste into usable material for great soil quality for gardeners and farmers.
The voluntary carbon markets is a crucial tool for funding natural climate solutions. But for it to function properly, trust and integrity are all-important.
Protection for the green turtles of Seychelles saved a species that was being hunted to extinction. Similar recoveries are now taking place around the world.
Watch this livestreamed session on 24 March 2022 at 17:30-18:00 CET featuring Alok Sharma, COP26 President, and Gim Huay Neo from the World Economic Forum.
The Horn of Africa region is facing its driest conditions in over four decades, and 4 million Somalis could be acutely malnourished by the end of the year.
Researchers are using biotechnology to create more sustainable sources of protein as global food production increases, and microalgae are a pivotal source.
Top environment stories: Great Barrier Reef threatened by severe marine heatwaves; IEA's 10-point plan to cut oil use; world falling short of climate goals
Forested areas around the globe are being lost to fires, but researchers have created a new map that provides vital data for managing their conservation.
Black carbon from tourist ships and research expeditions is changing the colour of Antarctica’s snow and melting its ice, according to scientists from Chile.
Soil health is declining rapidly, leading to productivity losses and food-price rises. We must change course, says pioneer organic farmer Alfred Grand.
Rising temperatures and other effects of climate change are having a variety of impacts on European bird species like crested tits and garden warblers.