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This is the first time an engineered photosynthetic material has been physically robust enough for real-world applications, such as textiles and wound-healing.
Packed full of protein and low in emissions – could the European Union’s decision to put mealworms on the menu help feed a world still too reliant on meat?
A 30-year green bond is planned for May 2021 with a 10-year issue to follow later during the year. The plan supports the EU becoming carbon neutral by 2050.
A new framework for developing countries evaluates policy choices to raise long-term growth, mobilize more revenue, and attract private investments for SDGs.
The idea of meeting our needs without sacrificing the needs of our children tends to form the basis of most sustainability definitions. But how do we put it into practice?
SG Blocks launched SG Home, a line of sustainable houses made from shipping containers that are also resistant to natural disasters at a reasonable price.
Wood is a vital renewable resource which can be found in everything from skyscrapers to gum and medicine, but it needs to be sustainably grown and managed.
Loan spread for coal mines and coal-fired power plants rose 38% and 54% between 2010 and 2020, as global economies look for more sustainable investment.
This is how the real estate industry can transition to a future where buildings are liveable, sustainable, resilient and affordable.
Research shows we prefer adding things to taking stuff away. Here’s why it has implications for the planet and technology.
Chilean start-up Algramo uses an app and smart packaging to reduce the waste and costs of household staples such as laundry detergent and basic foodstuffs.
The Times Higher Education Impact Rankings highlights the achievements of universities that actively support the SDGs – you may be surprised by the list.
This research is a positive step towards increasing the sustainability of rare-earth metals, while helping the supply chain in the digital revolution.
From bans to taxes, policy and legal approaches are available to help curb plastic pollution - but, there's no silver bullet warns the World Resources Insititute.
A UK start-up is converting an industrial greenhouse gas into protein that can be fed to livestock, reducing the need for resource-sapping traditional animal feeds.