People, globally, are innovating, creating new processes to use waste plastics and make new objects and art forms.
Norway’s airports are leading efforts by the global aviation industry to curb its growing carbon emissions.
Earth’s climate has been remarkably stable since before the dawn of civilization. This stability is at risk. The world needs to act fast.
Making sure the free market works for more people means more than redistributing wealth or insuring against its worst excesses. The state needs to play full part in shaping what future di...
Battered by the downturn in the coal industry, the Appalachia region is starting to adapt its skillset with the help of community organizations – lessons the wider world could learn from ...
This fruit has been genetically modified such that its flesh won't turn brown when exposed to air.
New Delhi is once again choking on extremely high levels of air pollution.
Several ancient, often forgotten foods are making their way to the dinner table in an effort to diversify the diet of a growing global population.
The town of Kamikatsu is located in the Tokushima prefecture in Japan, and is known for its successful commitment to zero waste living.
Jellyfish are thriving as warming seas, acidification and deoxygenation threaten other marine life.
The world’s nations have gathered for the UN’s latest round of major climate talks. Here’s what you need to know about COP23.
These are the critical thresholds we worry about passing thanks to human-induced climate change.
The Atlantic is facing fresh challenges, this time from the growth of marine renewable energy infrastructure. But there is a potential solution: ocean rewilding.
The push for sustainability is good for workers and for the environment. However, many small and medium enterprises do not have the money needed to adapt.
A new IEA report suggests that India is about to surpass China as the dominant global energy force.