Are small modular reactors making their way to Southeast Asia?

Are small modular reactors making their way to Southeast Asia?

Following Fukushima, Western Europe turned against nuclear energy, but Southeast Asia’s emerging economies have remained highly interested in the benefits

Does the Corona pandemic have a silver lining?

Does the Corona pandemic have a silver lining?

It may be a cynical premise to argue at a time when countries all over the world are locking down,

A startup seeks to replace plastic straws with a type of grass

A startup seeks to replace plastic straws with a type of grass

Plastic straws are among the most pernicious disposable plastic items. They are used once and then discarded without a second

The COVID-19 outbreak is adding to plastic pollution

The COVID-19 outbreak is adding to plastic pollution

"We are now seeing the effect of the outbreak on the environment,” an environmentalist says.

Aye, matey: How climate shocks may fuel maritime piracy

Aye, matey: How climate shocks may fuel maritime piracy

There seems a never-ending list of consequences to climate change and the global response to it, but here's another one

We now know where most plastic trash goes in the oceans

We now know where most plastic trash goes in the oceans

Of all the plastic that enters Earth’s oceans each year, just 1% has been observed floating on the surface.

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Shade-growing cacao can help mitigate climate change

Many farmers may have been growing cocoa beans all wrong.

Can food labelling help achieve the European Union’s green ambitions?

Agriculture is a major contributor to Europe's carbon emissions. Reducing meat in diets could help a lot.

Is the mining industry about to clean up its act?

The global mining industry is not doing enough to reduce harmful emissions, but there is a change coming.

Mass tourism is a curse on the planet. It doesn’t have to be

Mass tourism has been a blessing for billions of people worldwide. It has hardly been a blessing for the environment.