Wastewater from households, industries and agriculture should not be seen as a problem but a valuable resource.
A battle for the icy continent is being waged under the guise of scientific research. It seems no one has the power to stop it.
Humankind must begin to rebuild the world's forests, says Justin Adams.
2016 was the year for extreme climate events.
Some of the world's most influential billionaires plan to launch a powerful digital platform to harness the avalanche of data sent from satellites each day.
It won the Nobel Peace Prize and gave 500 million people the right to live, work or study anywhere.
Floating islands could be used to help low-lying, small islands of the Pacific that are disproportionately at risk of losing land as sea level climbs.
The Alps could lose up to 70 percent of their snow cover by 2100, but only if people let global warming exceed 2 degrees Celsius.
“Water, water everywhere, nor any drop to drink.” In these lines, Samuel Taylor Coleridge made a prescient point: while seawater is plentiful, people can survive only with fresh water. Th...
Research has shown the health benefits of 'forest bathing', the act of being among the trees.
Global efforts to promote clean energy have turned a corner. But even with this success, the world is in for a lot of global warming.
A radical shift is taking place in the way we source and consume energy. What can countries do to ensure they emerge as the winners of this transition?
Alister Doyle looks at how the actions and commitments from cities are often exceeding national ones, when it comes to tackling climate change.
Now in its fifth year, the World Economic Forum’s Global Energy Architecture Performance Index (EAPI) ranks the performance of countries’ energy systems, as well as looking at trends in t...
By 2030, demand for water will outstrip supply by 40%, a looming crisis that has inspired one woman to undertake an epic, 1,049 mile journey on foot.