Unsustainable development from humans is the biggest killer globally to wildlife, and our conservation efforts are being impeded by a lack of understanding.
It's up to manufacturers, retailers and regulators to convince consumers that the internet of things is safe, says Philippa Hunt of Consumers International.
Chimpanzees now face the daunting task of surviving in a habitat increasingly infested and assaulted by humans, leading to declining population and behavioural variation.
Côte d’Ivoire and Ghana have joined forces with the world's leading chocolate companies to protect forests, boost farmers' livelihoods and ensure cocoa is produced sustainably.
135,000 people flock to Glastonbury, one of the world’s most influential music festivals. But they leave behind mountains of waste. Now Glastonbury is trying to clean up its act
Permaculture’s goal is to nourish humans while enhancing biodiversity and increasing soil quality. Now technology could address criticisms that the technique is too labour-intensive, comp...
From smart bins that analyse our trash, to chemical-free dyes and roads made of of recycled plastic, these innovations are creating a more sustainable world.
The environmental cost of cheap, fast-turnaround fashion is in the spotlight. Here are seven things everyone can do to make their wardrobe more sustainable.
Researchers from Israel have found that ascidians - also know as sea squirts - are a great barometer for local sea pollution levels.
New businesses are popping up delivering food to customers in reusable packaging - in a return to a model like traditional milk deliveries.
As the digital age hampers the success of more traditional forms of media, books are standing strong for a number of reasons.
Tens of thousands of children are skipping class to demand more action to stop climate change. And their inspiration is the 16-year-old girl who took Davos by storm.
Companies are putting their expertise and resources together to keep packaging out of places where it doesn’t belong, says James Quincey, CEO of the Coca-Cola company.
Online retail has changed the way the world does business, and as the sector continues to grow so do its environmental responsibilities. How can e-commerce companies become more sustainable?
Uncovering practical solutions – and deploying them to work together – will give humanity the best chance of solving problems of like energy consumption and waste.