Disasters – from deadly floods to worsening droughts – are happening more frequently in Sri Lanka. But efforts to begin treating the crises as a new "normal," which require system changes rather than one-time responses, are struggling.
Time to make agriculture transparent again. As the backlash against genetically modified foods has shown, new technologies cannot take root in farming without social acceptance, said panelists at the World Agriculture Forum in Singapore last week.
UNIDO ambassador Helen Hai’s personal journey from one continent to the other has led her to believe firmly in the power of economic transformation to fight poverty. She tells Eco-Business why she has now dedicated her time to helping Africa develop, using lessons from China.
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At a recent conference for business leaders in Sydney, two days were spent discussing how innovation, strategy, and leadership can help companies prepare for a challenging future; but worryingly, sustainability barely got any airtime.
Design decisions today can limit the effects of climate change and help promote a low-carbon future that does not rely on fossil fuels, says Lynelle Cameron from Autodesk. Here's what designers and engineers can do.
The latest addition to our publications series “Informal Waste Management”, a report that we have constructed after interviewing dozens of stakeholders, visiting waste management sites, and following the paths of ...
Pure Advantage, the not-for-profit organisation developing a green growth strategy for New Zealand, released a significant report into New Zealand's position in the global green economy. It details how New ...