The risks that climate change poses to companies are now undeniable. Company directors are expected to factor these risks in their business activities and decisions, or may be personally responsible, a new legal opinion warns.
A growing chorus of Asians firms are announcing net-zero targets. While it's good publicity, some have yet to disclose how they plan to cut the carb—possibly because they don't know, or don't intend to. How can they be held to account?
Negative coverage of plastic recycling has been growing. There is a big difference between what plastic is recyclable and what is actually recycled. Critics say we should switch to alternatives and make polluters pay – is this the answer?
The new facility opens ahead of the introduction of a producer responsibility scheme for e-waste in Singapore. The plant's operator, Tes-Amm, may look to open other facilities in Southeast Asia, the world's dumping ground for e-waste.
Marine protection offers a combined solution to several of humanity’s most pressing challenges as global heating intensifies and fisheries struggle. But how can governments convince communities that conservation gains are worth waiting for?