If you want to live like a local when on holiday, you should defecate like one.
Food is just food ... or is it?
The science is clear but to improve plastic literacy, we need the arts. Here’s why.
China is no longer importing the world's recyclable plastic – so what should we do instead?
If you look into your kitchen or bathroom cabinet, chances are you'd find some unused medicine, much of it expired. Here's what to do with it.
Canadians are a wasteful bunch, especially during the holidays. Redesign your holidays this year to cut back on garbage and food waste.
China, which recycles much of the world's waste material, is slashing its scrap imports. This move could force the United States and Europe to boost recycling instead of shipping trash overseas.
Climate governance is based on the key concept of control. But this idea is illusory and we must be able to overcome to cope with future disturbances.
With an ever-increasing cost to extract dwindling raw materials, it's time to look at cities as urban mines. We're developing the tools to do that.
Young people are taking to bins to protest food waste.
Everyone knows that plastic waste is an environmental problem. So let's get creative with it.
Why do so many people queue overnight (or longer) for an over-priced, at best incrementally-changed gadget?
The world's largest recyclable materials importer will leave other countries searching for alternative waste management solutions.
Landfills produce huge amounts of methane. Many of the bigger operators capture it to turn into energy, but they’re wasting about 80% of what’s available. It’s time Australia stepped up.
Why keep buying and chucking when you can rent and return?
The Victorian government is auditing every recycling facility in the state after a disastrous fire at Coolaroo. It raises a bigger issue: we don't know how many plants Australia has or where they are.
City dwellers are individually starting to do their bit to live sustainably. Now pioneering businesses are aiming to make ecological and social sustainability part of their bottom line.
Waste crime has the potential for easy, high profits and as such is set to join ranks with drugs and human trafficking.
To better understand and bring under control the new planetary flows that humanity has unleashed, we need to mobilize all the legal resources at your disposal.
In the rush to increase recycling, we should remember that reducing waste in the first place is a much a higher priority.