A new study puts numbers to the health and environmental benefits – or impacts – of individual foods and shows how small changes can make a significant difference.
More than most other countries, the non-profit sector in Canada relies on government funding. Yet there is a shocking lack of transparency.
The inability to curb road accidents in Ghana is tied to colonial and neocolonial legacies.
A new study estimates that $22 billion to $30 billion dollars per year needs to be spent to maintain forests and reduce the likelihood of a pathogen jumping from wildlife to humans.
New Zealand is pumping millions of dollars into environment projects as part of its COVID-19 recovery. Australia’s recovery plan seems more destructive than reconstructive.
Companies that want to reduce their environmental footprint need to ensure their entire workforce feels a shared sense of purpose.
Hundreds of thousands of people marched through the streets in support of action on climate change, but that didn’t lead to seats for the Green Party.
There are exciting synergies between western science and indigenous knowledge. Surprisingly, the success of our Australian predator conservation research was due entirely to its multicultural nature.
South African soldiers reported that environmental education and training programmes instilled environmentally friendly behaviour in them.
High costs, poor performance, a lack of manufacturing capabilities and local perceptions prevent biodegradable bags from taking root in Kenya.
South Africa’s mining industry is on an unsustainable trajectory and needs to undergo fundamental transformation that emphasises transparency, equity, and community participation.
Africa’s soil crisis calls for quick and creative action. This includes deepening farmers’ knowledge about soil microbes.