Corporations ‘should rethink’ how they treat freshwater

Corporations ‘should rethink’ how they treat freshwater

Corporations are learning to use water more sustainably, but they can still be doing a better job.

Bacteria will worsen climate change, scientists say

Bacteria will worsen climate change, scientists say

Invisible to the naked eye, bacteria are often overlooked by people. Yet we ignore them at our own peril. Not

Science should link human needs with nature’s possibilities

Science should link human needs with nature’s possibilities

The sustainability quest is complex and demanding.

Saving the UK’s carnivorous plants from going extinct

Saving the UK’s carnivorous plants from going extinct

Plans are underway to reintroduce insect-eating plants into the United Kingdom.

How innovation will decarbonize the heavy industry

How innovation will decarbonize the heavy industry

For exciting developments in decarbonizing industry, look no further than a project at a rubbish dump in Dunbar.

A new artificial leaf could help us combat climate change

A new artificial leaf could help us combat climate change

Plants are among the most effective agents of carbon sequestration, a process whereby carbon dioxide is locked up from the

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How innovation will decarbonize the heavy industry

For exciting developments in decarbonizing industry, look no further than a project at a rubbish dump in Dunbar.

China struggles to shake its coal addiction

China's renewables are booming but it still struggles with replacing coal.

Squaring the energy circle with SMRs

Many countries, both in Europe and elsewhere, could benefit from nuclear power.

Pest control with monkeys and lizards? Indeed, on some oil palm plantations

Natural pest control can lead to a win-win situation for both biodiversity and the oil palm industry.