The days of freeze-fried astronaut ice cream are long behind us. What will humans eat on Moon colonies in the future? Carefully engineered space gardens could be the answer.
As living standards rise, we could see smaller populations but much bigger ecological impacts.
A managed fossil fuel phasing-out offers a chance for producers – including governments, corporations and unions – to negotiate the terms of a ‘just transition’ to renewable energy.
The barriers and benefits to reviving the UK textile industry.
The transition to net zero will require huge investments, but how do we make sure investment goes to the right place?
Whether or not Patagonia’s recent move will have a lasting impact on business responsibility will depend on how it balances its environmental impacts with the social good it carries out.
Yvon Chouinard, his wife and their two adult children have given the company he founded away. From now on, its profits will fund climate and conservation work.
World heritage sites play an essential role in advancing Unesco’s goals, but more foresight is needed to imagine and enable promising strategies that address the needs of future generations.
Degrowthers are using the cost of living crisis to try and further their cause.
As Prince of Wales, Charles regularly met scientists to learn more about environmental research. Two Australian researchers recall encounters with the new monarch that left an impression.
Ethereum, one of the world’s largest blockchains and host of decentralized finance, NFTs and billions of dollars’ worth of cryptocurrency, is poised to dramatically reduce its energy consumption.
Fossil fuel companies are winning the battle on how we talk about natural gas expansion by referring to it as a “bridge fuel” or an essential bridge to the net-zero energy system of the future.
As the climate crisis intensifies, New Zealand businesses of all kinds must face tougher scrutiny over their commitment to reducing carbon emissions.
The true cost of marine conservation often falls on vulnerable coastal communities. Can a ‘beneficiary pays’ approach protect both endangered species and the communities dependent on them?
Today’s mega-events are often greener because of what was pioneered in 2012.
Japanese people had to rely totally on materials already present within the country.
British households waste nearly 32% of all purchased food items per year.
Despite being a major contributor of global carbon emissions, concrete remains a popular construction material. Research suggests this needs to change.
Hosting the Games has seem Birmingham dotted with new infrastructure and amenities. But the city’s pioneering transformation began over a 100 years ago.
Cities are crucial to addressing climate change. To meet emission reduction targets, cities need to involve their residents in environmental action at the local level.