Bribery, graft and tax evasion all undermine healthy economies and threaten the legitimacy of globalization – why the IMF is currently overhauling its corruption policy.
New research indicates that poplar trees could be an economically viable biofuel material.
Qatar, the future hosts of the 2022 World Cup, building the Ras Abu Aboud Stadium out of modular blocks.
Exports of used electronics support a growing number of jobs in repair and refurbishment in the developing world. If we want this trade to help and not harm those in poverty, we need to a...
A new report released this month shows California may reach its energy goals earlier than expected.
A new model for employment that benefits refugees and host communities is available.
Governments think too short-term for the kind of solutions global warming needs. But businesses need to realize carbon offsetting is in their own interests.
Denmark's minister of energy and climate announced their plans to end the use of coal by 2030.
Limiting our environmental impact will require dramatic cuts in carbon dioxide emissions.- the newest solution, carbon pricing.
Independent car company, Riversimple, has designed a lightweight hydrogen EV that emits just water.
New projections suggest that emissions in 2017 are likely to increase, thwarting the drive toward keeping global temperatures from continuing to rise.
Rural communities in the developing world are increasingly generating and reselling electricity on microgrids – which is good for them, for the environment and for the resilience of tradi...
The gender gap is widening again for the first time in a decade. Paul Polman, Unilever's CEO, believes challenging stereotypes could be the key.
The more personal we get, the more impact we can create together.
Bicycles made of wood are proving surprisingly popular.