In Colombia's archipelago of San Andres and Providencia, in the western Caribbean, fishermen are being paid $125 a month by the government to farm coral in an undersea gardening project.
IKEA has said it will start collecting rice straw from farmers in Northern India to use as a raw material.
Relocating trees to make space for crops and repopulate forests elsewhere is helping Kenya's farmers reduce their environmental impact.
Food production is destroying ecosystems across the globe – all the more galling considering one-third of food never gets eaten. From changing our diets to upgrading farming techniques, w...
Floods and drought threaten the access of billions of people to hygienic toilets. If the world is to meet its targets for safe sanitation, we need a global toilet revolution.
A centre run by the Samburu Girls Foundation is tackling the issue of water shortages with a high-tech solution.
California is experiencing its worst wildfire year on record. While wildfires have always been part of the state’s natural ecology, they are growing in severity and frequency.
The Greater Paris region will become a low-emission zone from next summer, which will limit the circulation of old diesel cars.
An unused space beneath Miami's Metrorail has been turned into a linear park, urban trail and living art exhibition.
Fishermen, NGOs and governments have made great progress in the global North. Now it's time to cooperate and implement sustainability in the South, too.
Proceeds from the sales of the new game will go to the Crop Trust, which supports seed banks around the world
High levels of human-made CO2 causes ocean acidification that is rapidly dissolving the seafloor, a new study warns.
Scientists are using deadly animal toxins to treat a variety of health problems, from heart disease to diabetes.
Since ancient times, agriculture has been the primary cause of deforestation. Today, Chinese and American demand has a huge impact on the Amazon.
New research from Imperial College London shows that Britain's available capacity from renewables hit record levels between July and September.