The world is teetering on the edge of climate tipping points. But the good news is, many are working hard to plant trees, cut emissions and divest from coal, stirring up hope that the climate change fight may not yet be lost.
From post-apocalyptic red skies in Indonesia to vast swathes of the Amazon gone up in smoke, 2019 spelled doomsday for some countries while others worked to prevent the world from spiraling further towards climate catastrophe.
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The narrative of the year will be if 2020 will be a turning point for the better or for the worse, says World Resources Institute president Andrew Steer. What stories should be watching out for?
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How does the food we buy from the supermarket affect the planet? Experts from the University of Newcastle come up with four simple rules to help us reduce our carbon footprint during the next grocery run.
Autonomous cars, left to their own devices, will likely do more harm than good, says a researcher in sustainable transportation. Studies have found that mass use of self-driving cars could lead to an increase in carbon emissions by 200 per cent.
Every year, the festive season sees consumption peaking, with billions being spent on holiday shopping in the United States and Canada. How can shoppers reduce their environmental footprint this Christmas?
About four out of every five people impacted by sea-level rise by 2050 will live in East or Southeast Asia, creating an urgent need climate-smart solutions for cities. This year’s Innovate4Climate summit will look at the climate-smart solutions the region needs.
Together with Danfoss and the Danish Embassy, Eco-Business conducted a forum where some 180 participants discussed ways of making cities climate-smart. The forum included a panel discussion on Singapore’s approach ...
As Asia pursues industrial growth, the world's fastest growing region is struggling to balance development with sustainable resource use, and ensuring that prosperity is fairly shared. This report examines the ...