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Join us to welcome the cohort of 2021 and to officially launch The Circulars Accelerator at 14:00 CET on 11 February 2021.
Working with and supporting businesses that have a social benefit is one way organisations can contribute to a more inclusive and equal society.
In the post-COVID-19 world, we cannot go back to business as usual. We must heal our broken relationship with nature and shape a better future built on justice, equity and inclusiveness.
UpLink was created to address the world’s most pressing problems. The initiative seeks sustainable solutions to tackle issues such as climate change and social injustice.
Buenos Aires has set a goal of achieving 1 million daily bike rides by 2023. Argentina’s capital is extending protected cycle lanes right into the city centre.
Five projects chosen from the 2020-2021 WRI Ross Center Prize for Cities, including urban agriculture and educational workshops, are acting to reduce urban inequality.
Geothermal energy had fallen our of favour in the United States, but its potential to fill gaps when solar and wind projects can't provide electricity could see it rise again.
Online store Christmas on the Hill is selling sustainable Christmas trees which are rented for the festive period. They are kept alive and returned to the farm after use, ready for the fo...
A 14-day scientific expedition in March 2017 led by non-profit environmental group Conservation International discovered and rediscovered 20 species of plants and animals.
A new framework proposed by the EU and pressured by France and the Netherlands will prevent inaccurate claims that investments are sustainable and climate-friendly.
The company's first ever ESG (environmental, social and governance) strategy aims to reduce its exposure to non-renewable energy.
From sourcing it locally to recycling, here are six ways to reduce your Christmas tree's carbon footprint, according to am expert on aboriculture.
Paris needs to adapt to the acceleration of climate change, says deputy mayor. Residents are being consulted on the future of the vacated 10 square metre spaces.
Using this high-resolution map, we can visualize the impact humans have had on almost 95% of the Earth's surface.