We have ‘reached the limits’ of the planet’s natural resources

We have ‘reached the limits’ of the planet’s natural resources

Levels of welfare for most people will begin to decline within the next decade because of a stress on finite

Climate and conflict: A look at environmental peacebuilding

Climate and conflict: A look at environmental peacebuilding

Environmental peacebuilding may resolve tensions over water, land or extraction, and helps prevent conflict in a resource-challenged world.

Carbon hoofprint: wild pigs release as many emissions as 1 million cars a year

Carbon hoofprint: wild pigs release as many emissions as 1 million cars a year

Wild pigs are one of the most damaging invasive species on Earth, and they do more than just damage crops and plants.

We must pull out all the stops to save coral reefs, experts say

We must pull out all the stops to save coral reefs, experts say

Photo: Pixabay/Kanenori Among the world’s ecosystems most vulnerable to climate change are coral reefs. “Coral reefs are very much the

In a ‘tropical paradise’ reef sharks get slaughtered wholesale

In a ‘tropical paradise’ reef sharks get slaughtered wholesale

Apex predators like sharks play an important role in regulating species dynamics in their marine ecosystems. 

How to loosen India’s grip on coal without abandoning the millions who depend on it

How to loosen India’s grip on coal without abandoning the millions who depend on it

India must step away from coal while not leaving millions of people in coal-mining regions worse off.

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Farm robots could help save the environment … or further destroy it

Small robots could help conserve biodiversity and combat climate change in ways that were not possible before.

Why Europe cannot afford to shun nuclear power

With Brussels focusing on decarbonization by means of electrification using solar and wind, the big elephant in the room remains nuclear power.

Your plastic waste may end up befouling a beach far away

"Swimming close to the shore with my family I was constantly fishing out plastic bags," a reporter in Thailand explained.

European food giants Danone and Nestlé focus on greener business practices

"We feel like we have a duty and an obligation to deliver on our goal, to protect and preserve the planet's resources."