The renowned British economist discusses the importance of investing in the environment and social cohesion.
As the UK Green Party launched their European Election campaign, we spoke to their deputy leader Amelia Womack.
In this exclusive blog, Alex Diggins talks to Eamonn Ives, a Researcher at one of Britain’s leading think tanks, Bright Blue, to discuss its policy work, the fragmentation of the environmental message, and why conservatives should be intuitive custodians of the planet.
Philip Lymbery tells A greener life, a greener world why factory-farming drives wildlife loss and climate change.
Anthropologist Anna Lora-Wainwright discusses her new book and why we need to look at individual responses to local pollution.
Philippe Joubert tells A greener life, a greener world that it is vital business plays a key role in tackling climate change.
In a interview with A greener life, a greener world former Russian energy minister Igor Yusufov talks about the future energy partnership between Russia and the US.
Photo Credit: CGIAR / CCAFS. Fatima Denton: Director of the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa covering climate change, the green economy, new technologies, innovation, minerals and extraction.A shorter version […]
Photo: Derek (left) interviewing Stephen (right)in Vienna. Credit: Renee Leahy. By guest contributor Derek Leahy With international climate change negotiations set to begin on December 1st in Lima, Peru, I […]
Dr Fatima Denton during her lecture at the British Library. Photo credit: Julius Honnor / IIED. By Anders Lorenzen Dr Fatima Denton has a mission, she wants to redraw the […]