Monthly Archive: September 2019
Bureau Veritas has launched Circular+, a new approach to sustainability, built on a comprehensive suite of services to help companies transition to a circular business model.
A conversation about flying leads to some unexpected discoveries about how to minimize the climate impacts of getting around
An ambitious new Mersey barrage concept shows how tidal energy projects can offer many benefits to society in addition to clean renewable energy.
Villages across India’s Maharashtra state are working together to get themselves through worsening droughts
Vegetarianism and veganism are becoming more popular. This trend away from farmed meat-eating looks set to continue. But how far should we go? Would it be good if the last cow died?
Seaweed may be a quiet achiever when it comes to mitigation of greenhouse gases, with it now shown to travel far and deep beyond coastal areas and thus to play a key role in sequestering carbon from the atmosphere.
Many scientists believe that halting global warming at 1.5°C will require us to invent Negative Emission Technologies – machines that can suck climate warming gases like carbon dioxide (CO₂) from the air. But such technology already exists and has done for over two billion years.
Greenhouse gases are raising the Earth’s temperature faster than previously thought, according to new climate models due to replace those used in current UN projections − meaning a bigger heat rise by 2100 than thought likely.
If we are committed to transforming the lives of women across the globe, we have to start with the least developed countries
Weird and wonderful tomato varieties – which are largely unknown even in their country of origin – could hold the key to preserving tomato crops in an ever more challenging climate.