Does the Fourth Industrial Revolution offer new opportunities or pose new threats? The World Economic Forum’s Global Future Council on Environmental and Natural Resource Security has spen...
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There were once 14 species of giant tortoise on nine Galápagos islands. Now, this discovery has given researchers hope of finding more.
The bee was first discovered in 1859, but with only one official sighting since there are growing concerns that the species may fall into the clutches of collectors rather than conservati...
Perception of climate change as a threat has risen considerably over the past five years, whilst ISIS has fallen.
The future of food supplies is under "severe threat" because of the number of animal and plant species fast disappearing, a United Nations report has said.
Companies are developing new business opportunities by tackling climate change.
Everyone is aware of the health and environmental advantages of cycling. But in some countries there are more direct incentives being used to encourage people on to two wheels.
Fashion is responsible for about 10% of all greenhouse gas emissions and uses huge amounts of water.
Researchers from Israel have found that ascidians - also know as sea squirts - are a great barometer for local sea pollution levels.
Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison announced a plan to plant 1 billion trees by 2030.
The Great White Shark's genome may hold the key to tackling disease in humans in a new way - and for the first time scientists have successfully sequenced the whole thing.
Recent reports of a 'bug Apocalypse' in the next few decades suggest that 40% of all insect species on Earth could be wiped out, and the consequences for humans could be huge.
The Flipflopi, made from entirely from plastic waste, sailed 500km from Kenya to Zanzibar to raise awareness of plastic pollution in the ocean.
IBM is working on a new process - named VolCat - to separate dirty plastic containers, fabrics and more into recyclable materials.