A SIPRI study reveals climate change can have a significant effect on the causes and dynamics of violent conflict. It also shows the urgent need to carry out more detailed research
Investors helped end apartheid and curbed the nefarious excesses of Big Tobacco. They can do the same with climate change.
More people die from breathing unclean air in Europe every year than are killed in road traffic accidents. Isn’t it time something was done?
New research shows that mosquitoes are absorbing and redistributing plastics, causing more widespread distribution of plastic pollution.
Water supply crises are a major global risk, but leveraging technology could be part of the solution.
Parks offer tangible benefits for residents' quality of life, as well as helping to tackle climate change.
An annual event to clean up the world’s coastlines and waterways provides a unique glimpse into the enormity of the planet’s ocean plastic crisis.
Global warming presents unprecedented risks – but also promising opportunities. Are boards prepared to integrate the climate into corporate governance?
Far too often, the climate debate is focused on apocalyptic visions that do nothing to help people's motivation. Here's how to infuse it with some positive thinking
Climate leaders, scientists and other partners must collaborate with the tech sector to ensure that the transformations of the digital revolution help drive us toward a climate-safe world.
Global hunger rose for the 3rd year in a row in 2017, according to a new UN report.
The idea that we can secure accurate and comprehensive climate disclosures anytime soon is naive. We must make ultra-transparency work in support of our long-term goals.
Investors can change corporate behaviour for good – by insisting they all sing from the same lyric sheet on climate standards.
Only AI can provide us with the truly accurate inventories of our natural resources necessary to help us better fight climate change.
For centuries, we have misused our natural infrastructure, modifying 40% of the Earth’s surface with catastrophic effects. Can the Fourth Industrial Revolution save us?