Spotted hyenas provide ecosystem services that improve human welfare and contribute to sustainable development goals.
Despite environmental education topics in curricula, not all children are aware of the elements that endanger the planet or actively involved in taking care of the environment.
There are multiple health risks in living close to waste sites, with substantial racial and income differences playing a major role.
Cities around the world are struggling to manage their mountains of waste. We can use the Internet of Things for smart waste systems that collect, sort, reuse and recycle most of what is thrown out.
Sites like Agbogbloshie provides a valuable service. They offer opportunities for job creation, profit and cleaning up environments littered with waste.
Plastic washed ashore from the ocean is hard to recycle. What else can we do with it?
If you want to live like a local when on holiday, you should defecate like one.
We need to delve into the mucky complexities of fats, oils and greases in and beyond the home.
Waste crime has the potential for easy, high profits and as such is set to join ranks with drugs and human trafficking.
Let’s be honest, you want assurances that someone is going to take away all those campaign leaflets on June 24.
Archaeological and textual detective work is filling in some information about how ancient Romans used and thought about their sewers thousands of years ago.