This year we have now exceeded what Earth can regenerate in a year.
To counter the mountain of e-waste an environmental electronics tax is proposed.
A revolution in electric vehicles is spurring a new wave of chemistries, writes Abigail Beall.
You can now get alternative leather made from pineapple fibre.
Which countries looks likely to lead the clean energy revolution?
Recycling and recovering rare earth metals could limit the social and environmental costs of destructive mining, writes Julie Klinger.
Just seven months into the year, and we have already broken Earth’s resource budget.
The launch of IPPR’s London Global Green City report. By Anders Lorenzen London Global Green City, is the title of a new report by the think tank, the Institute for […]
By Anders Lorenzen Could you imagine it? In line with the rest of the country who seem to be shutting down at the end of this week to celebrate Christmas and New […]