Religions meet in Riyadh as faith groups step up on climate

Religions meet in Riyadh as faith groups step up on climate

World religious leaders call for common ground on climate as faith groups vow to align their finances with 1.5°C climate

Understanding how corals turn sunscreen into toxins could help save reefs

Understanding how corals turn sunscreen into toxins could help save reefs

When corals and sea anemones absorb oxybenzone, their cells turn it into phototoxins, molecules that are harmless in the dark but

To reduce fossil fuel dependence, sustainable buildings are key

To reduce fossil fuel dependence, sustainable buildings are key

The EU has recognized the CO2-reducing potential of the buildings sector, but a lot remains to be done.

France works at climate adaptation to protect its forests

France works at climate adaptation to protect its forests

Deforestation is at the heart of the COP15 summit in Côte d'Ivoire, and climate adaptation is at the heart of

Shipping poses grave risks to whale sharks worldwide

Shipping poses grave risks to whale sharks worldwide

The maritime shipping industry may be causing the decline of whale sharks, a hugely important species in the oceans.

Forests and green urban areas can help embattled insects

Forests and green urban areas can help embattled insects

Climatic conditions play an increasingly important role for the maintenance of pollinator diversity.

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Sustainable investing can help save the planet

Sustainable investing is when investors observe a company's environmental, social and governance factors before providing funding to it.

Understanding how corals turn sunscreen into toxins could help save reefs

When corals and sea anemones absorb oxybenzone, their cells turn it into phototoxins, molecules that are harmless in the dark but become toxic under sunlight.

EaaS solutions can address the energy efficiency gap

Research suggests that people often cannot get the same energy services that use less power while minimizing costs.

Indigenous lands in the Amazon are bulwarks against deforestation

Indigenous reservations comprise just under 14% of Brazil's territory, covering some 110 million hectares of native vegetation.