A new study shows the true human and economic cost of air pollution.
Cities are a key part of any solution to preventing climate change and mitigating its effects. Thankfully, some of them are already turning things around.
Recycling almost everything we use is already possible. So why have global recycling rates stagnated, and what can we do about it?
EU nations have agreed to ratify the Paris climate agreement, taking the accord across a legal threshold required to officially bring it into force. Here is a selection of quotes from wor...
The luxury automotive industry is a mature industry that has traditionally focused on high quality design and manufacturing, as well as prestige marketing. Its above-average Cost of Sales...
For a long time now, humans have drawn on the Amazon and its tremendous biodiversity – countless living organisms, plants, animals and insects – for raw materials and commodities. We have...
With a value of between $5 billion and $20 billion each year, illegal wildlife trafficking is the fourth most lucrative global crime.
Scientists think that global warming is affecting the earth’s atmosphere and, in turn, making flights bumpier.
Tardigrades, or water bears, are virtually indestructable and scientists now know why.
To put an end to tropical deforestation and save us from disastrous climate change, we must elect politicians who share the same values. Here's a powerful lesson from Brazil.
If India, along with the major European nations, takes steps to formally ratify the Paris Agreement on climate change, it would send a powerful signal to other countries around the world.
Rapid progress in the development of robotics, AI, low-cost sensors, satellite systems, big data and genetics are opening up whole new sectors of ocean use and research.
15 entries for National Geographic's Nature Photographer of the Year award.
Here are three key reasons why melting in Greenland poses significant global economic risks.
Financial performance isn’t the only barometer of global economic risk. Rapid changes in the Arctic are a warning sign that our social-ecological-economic system is out of whack.