Cleaning products often contain chemicals that harm humans and the environment. One severe allergic reaction prompted the man behind Pipper Standard to develop a range of natural cleaning products from pineapples. Here’s how he did it.
Shobhakar Dhakal –
To meet the world's climate goals, we must seize the window of opportunity to build climate-smart infrastructure and reduce carbon emissions as cities in the Global South develop, says the Asian Institute of Technology's Shobhakar Dhakal.
and Keith Wiebe and Sherman Robinson –
A carbon tax on food could help nations meet emission reduction targets while improving nutrition and public health, say researchers from the International Food Policy Research Institute. Red meat could be the first to be hit.
Holidays like Black Friday, Boxing Day or Singles Day tend to prompt a shopping frenzy, but we need to transform our business models if we are to have inclusive economic growth and societal well-being, say WRI's Kevin Moss and Manish Bapna.
The sharing economy has given society access to underutilised resources through technology, but how does it hold up as a model of sustainability? Paia Consulting's Nicolas Heath says it's more sharing than caring.
Taiwan is constantly lauded as a solar powerhouse and a genius in recycling, but its innovation in green solutions and technologies still flies under the radar, as Hannah Koh finds out on a recent trip to Taipei.