Increases in hurricanes in the North Atlantic are potentially a “recovery from a deep minimum in the 1960-1980s”, rather than part of a long-term trend.
Changemakers in Bangkok have learned first-hand what early conversations with leaders in business and policy require to drive circular change.
The ability to repair phones will be key to conserving resources, tackling e-waste and climate mitigation, and building a circular economy for electronics.
A sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) blending mandate in the European Union can help decarbonize the aviation sector. Here's how we can make it a success.
Parts of an Arctic region called the Last Ice Area are already showing a decline in summer sea ice, researchers report, after record lows in summer 2020.
On the latest Meet The Leader podcast, Johnson Controls' CEO George Oliver explains the powerful role that routines and habits can play in tackling complex problems - from COVID-19 to the...
Zero-carbon concrete is a cornerstone of a net-zero global economy. A new initiative, Concrete Action for Climate, plans to make it a reality. Here's how.
The National Bank of Ukraine has acted early to kickstart the country's carbon-neutral goals – and is showing other emerging markets the way forward.
Research on prehistoric creatures suggests that as global temperatures continue to rise, species will disperse towards the poles from equatorial regions.
The EU's proposed ‘carbon border adjustment mechanism’ will require importers to buy emissions certificates for certain carbon-intensive products.
Absorbing the e-commerce surge that COVID brought almost overnight was possible thanks in part to a digital transition already several years underway run by IKEA's first-ever Chief Digita...
Buildings are erected to withstand a range of conditions. Climate change will mean these parameters are exceeded more often and to a far greater degree.
This reveals how pilot initiatives were implemented over 6-months making cities more circular - innovating, collaborating, and bringing grassroots change.
Climate change is reducing the supply of water from melting snow to many of the largest rivers in Asia - by 16% across the region in the past 40 years.
The COP15 'Convention on Biological Diversity' is designed to protect the diversity of plant/animal species, ensuring sustainable use of natural resources.