Artists in Namibia covered flashy cars with sand and clay and used windshields for messages aimed at conserving water.
The clothing is made from three cups of recycled coffee and 10 plastic bottles with a bit of nanotech.
Thanks to drip irrigation, parts of the Cholistan Desert are now bearing fruit for local farmers.
Credit Agricole Group, one of the world’s leading commercial banks, is the latest to announce it will end business ties with companies that rely on coal revenues. That’s a decision with the potential for significant impact, given the long reach
Even by Indian standards the temperature has been extreme in recent days.
The idea that gross domestic product growth is an unqualified good has come under fire.