Lake Victoria in Africa is at risk of degradation, putting millions in danger of water insecurity. The World Bank aims to stop the discharge of untreated waste.
The World Economic Forum is working with manufacturing companies to securely exchange data to help identify and reduce the carbon footprint of the manufacturing industry
African leaders are calling for a 'green recovery' from COVID-19 and the climate crisis. New research points to an under-developed solution - groundwater.
A new design for a solar cooking system may help rural communities prepare food more sustainably, avoiding firewood and other non-renewables, study reports.
Young, tech-savvy and connected: why today’s 20-somethings make buying decisions that consider the planet’s well-being more than other generations.
Large swathes of northern Europe and western Siberia may become “climatically unsuitable” for carbon-rich permafrost peatlands within a few decades, even under moderate warming scenarios,...
MIT engineers have developed a waterless cleaning method to remove dust on solar installations in water-limited regions, such as China, India and the US.
Ecopreneurs in Africa are using regreening initiatives to fight climate change and food insecurity as part of the Great Green Wall project.
Major challenges for the post-pandemic world include rising inequality, climate change, digitalisation, demographic shifts and the weakening of democracy.
Singapore has a tried-and-tested attitude to innovation, and its plans to become a net-zero city are no different. Four case studies show how it works
In AlUla, Saudi Arabia, technology and innovation is being used to update ancient techniques that can address sustainability issues in an integrated way.
Taxation is a powerful tool to mobilize resources, redistribute wealth and promote sustainability. We outline how the Biscay Model is advancing the SDGs.
From 2019-20, 74,000 people visited Antarctica, the majority by ship. The travel and resulting stay produce black carbon that accelerates climate change.
Aiming for net-zero greenhouse gas emissions is vital in fighting climate change, but there are many risks that companies and governments should consider.
People in the EU generated an average of 505 kilogrammes of waste in 2020, up nearly 10% since 1995. Denmark and Luxembourg created the most municipal rubbish.