Humankind must begin to rebuild the world's forests, says Justin Adams.
These 4 charts from Deutsche Bank show how political populism has taken root.
It's a medium-size market with a service-based economy and few natural resources. Can the United Kingdom hope to prosper in the isolation of an imagined past?
2016 was the year for extreme climate events.
A new study suggests conflicts during group work can have valuable side effects.
India and China, the world’s two most populous countries, have long had a competitive relationship, but in the digital space, one has a clear advantage.
Some of the world's most influential billionaires plan to launch a powerful digital platform to harness the avalanche of data sent from satellites each day.
After 75 years, Isaac Asimov’s 'Three Laws of Robotics' need updating, argues Mark Robert Anderson, Professor in Computing and Information Systems, Edge Hill University.
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New research increasingly suggests that we may be taking completely the wrong path in understanding the human brain.
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It won the Nobel Peace Prize and gave 500 million people the right to live, work or study anywhere.
Floating islands could be used to help low-lying, small islands of the Pacific that are disproportionately at risk of losing land as sea level climbs.
The Alps could lose up to 70 percent of their snow cover by 2100, but only if people let global warming exceed 2 degrees Celsius.