To keep global warming below 1.5℃, we need to find new ways to produce everyday goods, many of which have been built on the back of fossil fuels.
There is huge potential for retail investors to drive a powerful trend for net zero portfolios, starting today.
The UN recently announced the UN Decade on Ecosystem Restoration project, which aims to restore ecosystems with the efforts of millions of people worldwide.
Coastal marsh plants provide significant protection from surges and devastating storms. New research shows how they can be effectively restored and managed.
Researchers in Switzerland led an experiment testing how road users change their transport behaviour when considering the external, environmental costs.
Top stories: Window for action closing - warning to G20 ahead of COP26; Fossil fuel production set to far exceed climate targets - UN; John Kerry on COP26.
Now in its seventh year, the Mangrove Photography Award raises awareness about the importance of maintaining these valuable woodland ecosystems.
Scientists are measuring how trees respond to changing CO2 levels, studying their size, weight and chemical make-up of leaves.
Young people are acutely aware of the climate crisis, and willing to take action. But when it comes to making decisions, they lack a seat at the table
Wind turbines have a service life of around 20 years. After that, they can be retired and reused for other purposes such as bike shelters
Winners of the Earthshot prize, including Milan and Costa Rica were awarded £1 million to support their efforts to improve their sustainable practices.
This year, 57.4 million tonnes of electronic waste will be discarded, which outweighs the Great Wall of China. The amount of waste increases by 4% annually.
Atmospheric rivers already pose substantial storm and flood hazards, but these hazards are expected to increase dramatically with changes in our climate.
Top stories: Call for urgent action on biodiversity; IEA calls for major renewables investment boost; Biden Administration planning new procurement rules to include climate risk.
A new study has explored how many people in urban areas suffer from extreme heat, putting the figure at 2 billion.