Environmental problems are accelerating far more quickly than sustainable solutions but to design sustainable future ways of living, a shift in economic priorities is needed.
The amount of planned coal capacity in the world fell by over a third last year, and is down 84% on 2015. But some countries are letting go of coal more slowly than others.
Amid slowing economic growth and high public debt across the world, demographic changes and technological advances are reshaping the global economy.
Remittances are an essential source of income for millions of families around the world, many of whom are on low incomes - but traditional remittance methods can be slow and expensive. He...
Three years and 31 countries later, Wiebe Wakker wants his trip to showcase the possibilities of sustainable transport.
Mountain regions are home to a vast array of people and forests, and provide food, resources and energy for billions.
Instead of using government sources or aid, nations must bring in a range of public, private, domestic and international sources of capital to build a high-impact pipeline of projects.
By dividing the world's oceans into thousands of sections, researchers hope to be able to turn 30% of them into protected areas for wildlife.
Worsening storms, sea level rise and other threats could drive worsening poverty, hunger, early marriage and child labour.
Faced with an acute land shortage, Hong Kong plans to build artificial islands to house more people.
A new FAO publication offers 20 actions to implement the 2030 Agenda with case studies highlighting how these are being practised in countries around the world. Here are just 5 examples.
From drug price transparency to an emphasis on equity, here are the changes that need to take place if we're to meet the UN's demanding aim of healthcare for all.
Across the world, fossil fuel use is not consistent. The richest 10% of the globe are responsible for almost half of all lifestyle consumption emissions.
The resale market for secondhand fashion is growing 21 times faster than retail, with everyone from luxury brands to young shoppers getting in on the act.
War, extreme weather and economic woes in 2018 left more than 113 million in dire need of help.