Consumers want a greener lifestyle but businesses must guide sustainable consumption as institutions have proven to be effective catalysts for social change.
Men report they hadn't missed certain goods and services during lockdown, while women attribute reduced expenditures to perceived financial constraints.
The share of the world’s population living in cities is expected to rise to 80% by 2050, from 55% now. This could double global material consumption.
We outline 21 ways to change how we consume, keep and discard things to help build a circular economy. Across all aspects of life from food to travel.
Former US Vice President Al Gore shares the practical skills he's sharing with thousands of grassroots leaders through his organization the Climate Reality Project and the role policy wil...
Top leaders from companies such as Dow, BCG and more share the new thinking, surprising mindsets and innovations we'll need to tackle the net zero transition.
Supply chain issues have been made much worse by the COVID-19 pandemic. Many problems have presented themselves as a result, putting pressure on business.
Achieving net-zero targets won't just protect the earth. It will reshape how we live, work and solve problems, explain leaders from Mahindra Group, SAP, Enel Group and more.
Achieving shared climate change goals will require focus from the private sector to scale proven technologies and mobilize needed capital.
Yogi Sadhguru discusses what's needed for a post-pandemic future, pointing to less consumption and individualism and better care for the earth's soil.
The Glasgow Pact offered few easy wins against expected COP26 outcomes, but there were critical signs of progress seen beyond the negotiation tables at this month's climate summit.
The construction sector's emissions account for about 40% of global GHG emissions. These industry innovations show how construction can be made circular.
Double glazing and optimized air-con systems aren’t as sexy as 100-metre wind turbines and EVs – but the impact of energy efficiency could be immense.