A new report by a global coalition against toxic pollution showed that nearly 60 per cent of women tested had mercury levels exceeding a threshold beyond which brain damage, IQ loss, and kidney and cardiovascular damage can occur.
and Larissa Hjorth –
Emissions from transportation have fallen 20 per cent since 1990 levels since Kyoto implemented measures to go car-free. What can other Asian cities learn from its example of how to "Copenhagen-ise"?
Patrick Verkooijen –
Extreme weather patterns and natural disasters this summer point to a future of worse weather driven by climate change. How can billions of at-risk people and businesses adapt and remain resilient?
The Taiwanese government's decision to abandon plans for a new coal-fired power plant should have been a win for civil society. But it only underscored the need to keep fighting for a clean energy revolution, writes Greenpeace's Cony Chang.
As Japanese financial institutions begin inching away from coal funding and citizens protest one of the world’s dirtiest fossil fuels, will the prime minister of the world’s fifth biggest emitter heed the warning of the recent IPCC report? 350.org’s Shin Furuno explains why it’s more critical than ever to hold the country’s leader to account.
Jean Chua –
As the UN climate change conference enters its crucial final days, global social media campaign #EarthtoParis wants to send a strong message to world leaders: Make this the turning point against climate change.
For SustainAbility and GlobeScan's annual Sustainability Leaders Survey, we asked over 900 expert stakeholders representing business, government, NGOs and academia across 84 countries to evaluate the progress that institutions have ...
At Ethical Corporation we are continually hearing how a serious commitment to governance, ethics and sustainability creates long-term benefits for shareholders. It's been a while since the researches and financial ...