Can the Earth feed 11 billion people?
Companies make profit by adopting sustainable solutions, Emil Damgaard Grann finds.
Photo credit: GE Power Conversion By Hani Majzoub Dubai is a city with ambition and a reputation for breaking records. While the United Arab Emirates (UAE) has become synonymous with oil, much […]
The future of the clean energy revolution could take place on the ocean.
By Nick Admussen Global culture has not just failed to adapt to the challenges we now face: it actively prevents us from facing those challenges. Rice terraces in Yunnan province (Image by […]
Protector in chief: Theodore Roosevelt with conservationist John Muir at Yosemite in 1906. U.S. Library of Congress By Professor Brian C. Clark, Pennsylvania State University An environmental activist friend of mine recently […]
A wind farm on the Portuguese coast in Madeira. Photo credit: WindEurope / Bickley via Flickr. By Louise Ward, investor relations director, Low Carbon Following Global Wind Day 2016, Louise Ward from Low […]
Carbon capture technology could slash emissions from one of the world’s dirtiest industries, but at a hefty extra cost, writes Beth Walker. Tackling emissions from cement is essential if we are serious […]
Caged hens. Photo credit: Petit Louis via Flickr. By Jimmy Pierson This World Environment Day marks 10 years since the UN described the livestock sector as ‘one of the most significant contributors […]
By Matt Finch Oil’s back in the news again (for some it never left), although most of us probably missed the fact that OPEC met with Russia in Doha last month and […]