Sustainable Business

Online shopping isn’t all that green, researchers say

Should you go to a store in person or should you shop online to reduce your carbon footprint?

India’s railways turn to solar power to meet energy needs

"The railways plans to become self sufficient in solar power by 2030."

Wild animal parts are now touted as cures for new coronavirus

Illegal wildlife traders in Laos and China are seeking to cash in on fears over the outbreak.

Deadly new coronavirus may have originated in pangolins

The genome sequences of viruses in pangolins are 99% identical to the virus found in human coronavirus patients.

COVID-19 crisis could transform the global energy sector

COVID-19 crisis could transform the global energy sector

Leaders can take advantage of the current crisis by ensuring that clean energy technologies lie at the heart of their

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

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.

We need to plan for food system collapse, scientists say

A study explores how extreme events threatening our food systems may occur at once.

Warming weather could devastate future rice crops

Trouble is on the horizon for rice cultivation, warn researchers from Stanford University.