The future for business depends on balancing profits with purpose, and 4IR technologies can help companies achieve that. It's time for CEOs to grasp this golden opportunity
Towns were evacuated and hundreds of residents told to flee as a record number of emergency-level bushfires raged across two Australian states.
Even the world's greenest cities are at risk of massive climate disruption – but all cities can prepare if they focus on local self-sufficiency, adaptability and resilience.
Technology, legislation, corporate incentives to customers and changes to the supply chain can all help reduce the use of single-use plastic in MENA.
The idea that young people’s intelligence and ethics are in decline is based on perception rather than science.
The U.S. central bank is taking a closer look at the economic impacts of higher temperatures, more frequent severe weather, and rising sea levels.
If climate trends continue as projected, the influence of local climate and climate change will likely overtake land use as the most important factor influencing bird populations.
The five biggest emitters would contribute around 25% of this projected rise, the study says, with China accounting for 10cm by 2300, followed by the US with 7cm, the 28 member countries ...
2019 has been the second warmest year on record. But, what role does El Niño have in this?
Also in this week's round-up: the world needs systems leaders, how to make the gig economy fair and meet the air taxi.
Why all businesses must transform their business models to have a more positive impact on the environment and society.
It's not all bad news. From stabilising population growth to replanting trees, there are plenty of ways we can address climate change now.
Along with its water problem, climate change presents another risk for Egypt. With temperatures rising, the country could lose 30% of its food production 2040.
All state schools will dedicate almost an hour per week to climate change from the start of the next academic year in September.
Ten major companies that sell and use palm oil have teamed up on a new radar system to monitor forests across Malaysia and Indonesia more closely and speed up action to stop deforestation.