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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]