Zara, a fast-fashion clothing company, recently pledged to produce its line using only sustainable textiles. But it is not enough to curb the company's significant impact on climate change.
If the US military were a country, its carbon emissions would rank between that of Peru and Portugal.
As well as polluting our seas, plastics are warming the planet too. Urgent changes are needed to eliminate plastic's contribution to climate breakdown.
Greenhouse gas emissions from plastic production in the vinyl era is not a patch on the equivalent from running giant servers today.
The planet's wealthiest people are directly responsible for most of the world's carbon emissions.
By investing in solar panels and going electric for your motoring and heating, you can directly offset your greenhouse emissions. And in the long run, the upfront costs will repay themselves.
Whether to attending a conferences or giving in to a meeting, the global research community is keen on air travel. That’s a habit that needs to change.
Canada’s Food Price Report, recently published by Dalhousie University and the University of Guelph, predicts significant price hikes for vegetables this year.
Fixes for small pieces of massive problems show that overarching crises may be less hopeless than they appear.
Carbon emissions from maritime freight are everyone's problem because of climate change.
Only a quarter of Christmas jumpers are reused.
The country's carbon emissions should level off again soon.
A study of the social cost of carbon emitted by the shrinking fleet of Texan coal plants suggests that closing more of them down would be good for the climate and public health.
When nations resist compelling reasons to shift from one form of energy to another they can fall behind for an entire generation or more.
Bitcoin is often criticized for using up tons of energy. But its carbon footprint may not be that bad.
Carbon offsets are a perfectly legitimate way to fight climate change (if they work).
How you prepare your coffee at home (and wash up the mugs) can have a big impact on its carbon footprint. So fill that kettle carefully, and only brew what you know you'll drink.
New research shows the impact of technology, especially smartphones, on carbon emissions. Encouraging consumers to get new phones every couple of years leads to extraordinary and unnecessary waste.
Cities all over the world are facing growing challenges to provide clean, reliable water. And many of the fixes, such as desalination plants, have a huge carbon footprint.
The traditional media industry comes with a large environmental cost, but emissions from digital productions are often ignored.