Sustainable Business

Cities are hitting peak GHG goals and sharing what works

What do Athens, Lisbon and Milan all have in common? They’re among cities around the world where greenhouse gas (GHG)

Invasive snails have a new foe in rice paddies: local ducks

"There was only a few of them last year. This year the snails are all over the fields," one Burmese

Can Poland be weaned off its addiction to coal?

Coal has been both a boon to Poland and a bane on the country.

Irish households are the EU’s ‘worst CO2 polluters’

Ireland. That emerald isle of rolling green fields, flocks of frolicking sheep... and plenty of household pollution.

As wildfire risk escalates, California utility cuts off the power

As wildfire risk escalates, California utility cuts off the power

Facing extreme fire weather conditions in Northern California – again – the largest utility provider in this economic powerhouse of

China’s ban on waste imports is forcing a rethink

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.

By making potatoes heat-resistant we can ensure bountiful harvests

By switching off an RNA in plants, we can equip them with the ability to handle climate change better.

Scientists have created ‘endlessly recyclable’ plastic

"The approach is innovative and elegantly simple," an expert notes.