If coral reefs go, so will much of marine biodiversity

If coral reefs go, so will much of marine biodiversity

Bleaching can easily upset the delicate balance of these finely tuned systems.

WWF: unknowingly we each eat a plastic credit card a week

WWF: unknowingly we each eat a plastic credit card a week

Credit cards are hardly considered nutritious treats, yet we all gobble them down each week, in a way.

For recycling to work, people need to see its true value

For recycling to work, people need to see its true value

There is a way to make recycling more effective and the answer lies in psychology.

A baby dugong gains a new lease on life in Thailand

A baby dugong gains a new lease on life in Thailand

Survival training is helping an orphaned sea cow learn to live on its own in the sea.

Germany’s green energy struggles impact Europe

Germany’s green energy struggles impact Europe

Germany consumes plenty of energy. The trouble is, much of that energy is generated by fossil fuels.

Our consumer habits are driving primates extinct

Our consumer habits are driving primates extinct

The drastic decline in primate populations is driven by global demand for agricultural products in the tropics.

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Saving water in Pakistan and India by feeding thirsty crops with drops

Thanks to drip irrigation, parts of the Cholistan Desert are now bearing fruit for local farmers.

Changes in how coffee is grown can make your cuppas truly green

Environmental sustainability can be achieved with simple techniques in coffee growing.

China’s ban on waste imports is forcing a rethink

Now that China slashed its recyclables imports, western nations are starting to embrace a new reality.

Universities can lead the way towards zero waste

Academic institutions can act as local sustainability hubs and pioneer new ways of thinking and doing.