A small English football club has been recognized by the UN for being the first carbon-neutral team in the world. Here’s how it did it...
Higher levels of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere could affect concentration, memory and decision-making abilities, new research suggests.
Three months since the ban came into action, there are 1.5 billion fewer plastic bags in circulation in Australia.
The global shift towards renewable energy sources is underway, but investors say governments need to do more.
Measuring a nations success on its GDP can lead to materialism and a decline in public services like education and healthcare.
We need a new vision for dealing with financial crises - one that address the challenges of climate change and sustainability.
We need to acknowledge the role that shifts in demographic profiles play in social, economic, and political development, argues Richard Cincotta, of the Wilson Center
Implementing bike lanes and better building codes could bring world cities more than $580 billion in benefits, researchers say.
There's no silver bullet, but research has identified these 21 solutions that need to happen all at once to close the food, land and greenhouse gas mitigation gaps.
China has been championing the concept of 'ecological civilization', which aims to achieve harmony between people and nature. But what does this mean for the rest of the world?
"Tourism is booming, but we are excluded. And we are worried that we will lose the cases and be removed from here"
2018 brought catastrophic natural disasters in the form of wildfires, hurricanes, floods and droughts, exacerbated by climate change as greenhouse gas emissions continue to rise.
Nigeria is in the midst of a population boom that has left the nation with just 10% of the energy it needs to supply its people.
The Pest Risk Information Service (PRISE) uses satellite imagery and computer models to predict pest outbreaks and inform farmers on steps they need to take.
Photosynthesis is one of the fundamental building blocks for all life on earth.