To avoid destruction, businesses must help the world chart a new course toward an equitable, net-zero-emissions, nature-positive economy.
Europe will breathe a sigh of relief if Donald Trump vacates the White House. But what would Joe Biden bring as president of the USA?
NGOs gave the EU Chemicals Strategy for Sustainability a warm welcome having warned for years that action is needed against a serious and growing threat.
According to a report by Global Energy Monitor, the EU already has twice the gas import capacity it needs. It is still investing in more.
A fossil fuel-backed lobby group has covertly taken charge of an EU flagship proposal to reduce carbon emissions.
General Electric announced an intent to exit the new build coal power market and focus on developments in wind turbines and other renewable technologies.
Ursula von der Leyen’s first State of the Union address delivered a courageous and hopeful vision for a sustainable future of welfare and wellbeing.
Swedish scientists found that governments followed the lead of other countries in Covid-19 response rather than act on actual analysis of required measures.
A new NGO database shows which facilities are playing by the rules. Italy emerges as the most transparent country, with Germany coming bottom of the league.
Powerful industrial polluters have secured loopholes in EU policy, including an exclusion for nano, the most dangerous form of microplastic.
Investments in fossil fuels are not needed for the financial performance of pension funds. Divestment has no negative impact on yields.
Singapore scientists extracted and reused precious metals from spent lithium-ion batteries. Using fruit peel waste they were able to create new batteries.
As with the ongoing global fight against the coronavirus pandemic, our best hope for tackling the climate crisis may instead lie with systems science.
The Celera 500L is the most fuel-efficient passenger aircraft in the world. It flies at 20% of the fuel consumption of comparable aircraft.
The report finds that that the Norwegian economy is only 2.4% circular. 97.6% of materials consumed each year never make it back into the Norwegian economy.
The World Bank estimates that as many as 100 million people could fall into extreme poverty as a direct result of the corona crisis.
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