The total annual carbon footprint of tobacco is almost as high as the greenhouse gas emissions of Peru or Israel, according to a new study commissioned by the World Health Organization.
We have the knowledge, policies and innovation to transition to low-carbon energy. But we need political leadership and greater collaboration to make it happen.
The Bullitt Center in Seattle offers an example of how buildings can reduce their carbon footprint and become more energy efficient.
This year's Young Global Leaders Summit will bring more than 600 participants to San Francisco to explore how we move towards a more sustainable future. Meet 10 of them.
A recent study in the Annual Review of Environment and Resources suggests that sea level rise could hit 6 to 14 feet by 2300.
More people need more food, more energy and more infrastructure. The British broadcaster and naturalist is turning his attention to a growing global problem.
Diane Hoskins discusses how cities can work to provide sustainable, yet innovative design to our cities.
The fuel captures and converts carbon emissions from steel mills, oil refineries, and other manufacturing sites into fuels and chemicals using a proprietary process powered by microbes.
A new IPCC report says we must limit warming to 1.5°C to have a chance of stopping global warming.
Over 70 major cities have pledged to stop using fossil fuels by 2050.
The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) has highlighted eight key findings to help the world curb global warming in its latest report.
This sustainable living institute put its money where its mouth is when it needed a new campus.
New research shows that unfair inequality is greater in the US than anywhere in Europe.
Gro Harlem Brundtland discusses the need for the global community to work together to achieve the SDGs.
New York City has launched a scheme to prevent millions of single-use plastic bottles from ending up in landfill and waterways.