Sure, they’re billionaires, but the exploits of Richard Branson and Jeff Bezos have undeniably brought space tourism a step closer. That raises tricky legal, ethical and environmental questions.
Hybrid energy systems that combine renewable and non-renewable fuel systems could be the key to sub-Saharan Africa’s energy transition.
Throughout the pandemic we can see that place brands have evolved and those likely to survive are the ones that were already well established to begin with or ones that are more flexible.
As we look beyond a world besieged by Covid-19, the relationship between humans and nature in our cities must be shaped and reclaimed.
Etsy’s purchase of Depop shows that eco-conscious fashion could threaten fast fashion retailers.
Following scandals over illegal logging, and with an appetite for rare, old-growth wood, the guitar industry is rethinking its environmental footprint. Australian companies are leading the way.
Engine No. 1 convinced other shareholders to support at least two of its nominees to join the company’s board as part of its push for a stronger sustainability strategy at Exxon.
As public funding disappears, corporations have moved to the head of the table of higher education.
Planting trees can sometimes be a carbon-offset box-ticking exercise, but reforestation is a long-term commitment that supports communities, promotes biodiversity and tackles the climate emergency.
An environmental psychologist on what the behavioural science says.
The ocean moderates climate change by absorbing CO₂ emissions, hosts valuable biodiversity and provides food to millions, but all of these services are threatened by pollution and human activities.
Our analysis shows most tourist accommodation — be it Airbnb or traditional hotel accommodation — comes with sizeable greenhouse emissions.
Bamboo bats could make cricket more accessible, more sustainable – and more exciting.
Transport is only a small part of your food's carbon footprint.
Businesses have long been a big part of the climate problem. They shouldn’t scale back environmental initiatives when it all feels too hard.
We value bees for the jobs they do for the environment and us – why is the same not true of wasps?
Some companies rank high on some lists that measure environmental, social and governance (ESG) initiatives, and rank near the bottom on other lists. Which rankings should we trust?
Forgot tempeh. The humble shroom has the potential to be used across industries, in ways we’re only beginning to grasp.
Emmanuel Faber was trying to pursue a form of stakeholder capitalism.
An enabling approach was more likely to create attitudes among suppliers that were conducive to learning.