Toymakers in Spain and Portugal are creating toys with a COVID-19 twist. These include medical kits and putting PPE on famous Nancy dolls.
By focusing on decarbonization and the promotion of labour rights protections, these industries can create economic opportunities that promote a more human and environment-centered way of...
To coincide with World Vegan Day, Britain’s first permanent vegan butcher is opening, set to sell meat-free versions of traditional products.
The global pandemic has underscored the underlying and persistent problems that predated COVID-19 and have exacerbated its effects: climate change; pollution; inequity and inequality; poo...
The shock inflicted by the pandemic on the global economy has been more severe and has occurred much faster than any other in recorded economic history.
French fashion company, Icytos, is using discarded salmon skin to create luxury leather. It's being supported by LVMH, owner of Louis Vuitton and Christian Dior.
A report by Oxfam found that these emissions were likely produced by excessive spending as well as the growing popularity of SUVs and private flights.
Colombia is taking steps to reduce its CO2 emissions by transitioning to renewables including wind and solar, which have increased six-fold since 2018, says President Ivan Duque.
Thailand's national airport has opened up a plane-themed restaurant for customers who are craving in-flight meals after months of travel restrictions caused by COVID-19.
According to the Statista Consumer Market Outlook, online sales of consumer electronics, household appliances and apparel are among the fastest growing.
According to new data from IBM’s U.S. Retail Index, COVID-19 has accelerated the shift away from physical stores to e-commerce by roughly five years.
COVID-19 has exacerbated the weaknesses of health systems, especially in cities. This initiative is tackling disease risk and healthcare access in three.
Special training to maximize sustainable farming practices can help farmers grow higher quality coffees, boosting productivity and their economies.
Affluence is the greatest barrier to a more sustainable world, according to a new scientific report, which also says that tackling overconsumption must become a priority as countries reset.