A species of frog typically found in the Amazon could pave the way for a bio-economy worth trillions of dollars.
You're probably familiar with fiberglass insulation, the bright pink material that lines the walls of so many homes. But what about stone wool insulation?
A novel new approach could achieve a long-chased dream, fusion power, according to MIT researchers.
Starbucks is attempting to curb the use of disposable coffee cups by trialling the scheme in 35 London outlets.
Wild fish may be on the decline but farmed fish have proven to be a sustainable alternative.
After three years of persistent drought, the government has warned that the coastal South African city would be forced to turn off most of its taps in 2018 — a date also known as "Day Zero."
The Rhone Glacier has been shrinking rapidly over the last decade and locals are doing everything they can to slow it down.
Flooding may become a daily reality for parts of the coastal US.
Scientists have developed a new method for harvesting the key ingredient.
A British designer is using used gum to create more useful, less harmful products.
The innovation to unite consumption and sustainability can only take place in our cities – and we need to make it our number one priority.
Aiming to be carbon-neutral by 2025, Copenhagen is building a new skyline out of reclaimed bricks and wood.
Coastal wetlands and mangroves punch above their weight in carbon capturing, water purifying and sheltering wildlife – and yet they are routinely overlooked.
For Africa to realize its full economic and social potential, the continent will require robust power infrastructure to deliver affordable, clean energy to all of its citizens
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