If you must buy new gifts, here’s how to do it in the best way.
How to lay the foundations for success when companies collaborate with charities.
How many years you reuse a fake holiday tree matters. So does what happens to a live tree when you’ve packed up the ornaments.
Electric arc furnaces can use up to 100% scrap steel as its raw material, resulting in a significant reduction in emissions.
Commonly used schemes such as the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals, B Corp certifications and the Global Reporting Initiative fail to hold businesses accountable on their green targets.
Many ‘green’ claims on social media ads are claims only. We need legislation to ensure green terms are clearly defined and based on the truth.
Shea is a key economic crop for poor women in the northern parts of Ghana.
Using a ‘grid of grids’ network, New Zealand’s growing electric vehicle fleet could contribute to national energy resiliency, feeding electricity back into the system during peak demand.
The Victorians were driven to care for their clothes for reasons of thrift, economy and to prevent waste.
Ensuring that ego and prestige of the Global North does not get in the way of on-the-ground results in the Global South will be the key to effective social impact investing in the years to come.
One set of ideas runs counter to the mainstream consensus that technology will save us from climate change. Can degrowth ever win enough converts to persuade humanity to change course?
Marketers are caught between using traditional marketing practices focused on profit, planned obsolescence and overconsumption, and newer approaches centred on sustainability and social impact.
The production, use and end-of-life of clothing all have an impact on our health. But greater ecological awareness could turn the tide.
Some work is already being done to enhance the tourism sector’s environmental sustainability.
Breeding tuna in captivity is a promising solution to overfishing, but there are concerns surrounding fish welfare.
As climate change increasingly threatens our daily lives, we must redesign our homes to better protect us and be part of the solution.
There are perverse incentives to exaggerate sustainablity claims – made easier by the lack of uniformity in measuring and reporting such results.
Nature-based crafts and skills may just be the key to addressing the developing crises of unsustainability and mental health on campus.
Halloween is a sustainability nightmare – but it doesn’t have to be.
A new ocean treaty could redirect the unsustainable fishing practices that were happening on the high seas to coastal African nations.