Sustainable Business

Swirling the drain: The climate-driven effort to fix sewers

The UK will invest £1.1 billion over 5 years to address sewer climate challenges. Nearly 800 projects are planned through

IUCN team issues guide to ending ‘pix with primates’ abuses

It's not just tourists. Donors, government officials, conservation presenters and celebrities must also model appropriate behavior with primates.

The open burning of waste poses grave health risks to millions

Uncontrolled burning of waste is particularly widespread in low- and middle-income countries.

In India, air pollution is a far worse threat than Covid-19

Locals venturing outdoors in New Delhi "felt an itching or burning sensation in the eyes and throat," a newspaper reported.

Environmentalists bewildered by EU approach to meat consumption and Farm to Fork

Environmentalists bewildered by EU approach to meat consumption and Farm to Fork

Animal rights advocates and environmentalists across Europe have been left scratching their heads after news broke of a ‘Beefatarian’ campaign

The oceans can be saved by 2050 – if we act now

The oceans can be saved by 2050 – if we act now

Conservation could benefit from ecosystems' natural ability to rebound, but there's no time to waste.

Post-pandemic recovery plans fail to address biodiversity loss

"Only a small number of countries are addressing the biodiversity crisis in the serious manner it deserves."

Old tires can be mixed with rubble to make new roads

Some 1 billion scrap tires are produced around the world each year, but most of all those tires don't get