There are more washing machines in Europe than cars – making them last longer would benefit both consumers and the environment.
It is known for being the most efficient method of storing carbon dioxide, but algae is also used to make tennis shoes, metal alternatives and meat-free burgers. This is how it could help...
The Knepp Wildland Project is home to grazing animals that are helping to boost biodiversity while also providing sustainable, high-quality meat.
For a country completely surrounded by the sea, Australia depends heavily on the health of its seas and coasts. Yet a recent report suggests rising tides, warming seas and increased extre...
By 2030, the EU plans to have phased out the use of palm oil in its biofuels, citing in particular the crop's links with deforestation - but might this turn out to be counterproductive. C...
Rather than chopping down trees, one English company is 'training' young branches to grow into chairs, lamps and tables. And it's not the only furniture business working in innovative way...
With biodiversity under threat around the world, carving out space for species to flourish is becoming a hot topic.
With at least 50% of current jobs capable of being automated, will more robots lessen or increase global warming? Car manufacture and agriculture can give us an insight.
Platform businesses' proactive, agile and intrinsic approach to sustainability can show how to make meaningful change and fast.
A water crisis in Chennai shows why companies must prioritise water management and reuse strategies in their business continuity planning and sustainability efforts.
In New Delhi, the World Economic Forum is hosting catalytic conversations around innovation in South Asia.
Also this week: meet some award-winning social entrepreneurs, read about unlearning and find out more about the voice of climate activism.
Data skills, partnerships and the freedom to explore – all of which come naturally to millennials and Gen Zers – will be the mainstay of SDG efforts in the years to come.
The partnership sets a carbon floor price of $10 per certified ton, in a bid to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
Ingka Group, the owner of most IKEA stores, has spent more than $2.8 billion over the past decade on wind farms, rooftop solar panels on its stores and solar parks.