Google and the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations has developed a new tool anyone, anywhere can access to obtain multidimensional maps and statistics showing key climate and environmental trends wherever they are...
2 days ago
Species are going extinct at an unprecedented rate. Wildlife populations have fallen by more than two-thirds over the last 50 years...
The United Nations Environment Programme has announced the 35 regional finalists competing for the Young Champions of the Earth prize...
21 Jul 2020
It is a mere six months old, but 2020 has already been a bumper year for natural disasters...
Ashim Paun 14 Jul 2020
The Radisson Hotel Group is set to launch a global roll-out plan of plastic reduction - including the introduction of bulk amenities in all hotels across the group's portfolio by 2022...
11 Mar 2020
All 16 finalists will each receive a trophy, a certificate and £1,000 to expand the scope of their projects...
19 Feb 2020
Adidas has surged ahead to become a global leader in sourcing sustainable cotton...
13 Feb 2020
In 1970, a The New York Times ad helped spark an environmental revolution with a call to action that saw 20 million Americans join national efforts to tackle environmental degradation...
3 Feb 2020
Our power plants may be dirty now. But unlike combustion vehicles, electric cars give us the chance to finally free ourselves from high-carbon travel...
Ranald Boydell 3 Dec 2019
The 2019 Care Awards jury has been announced. The jury will review the 2018 and 2019 entries celebrating excellence in promoting care for people and the environment...
23 Sep 2019
At the recent SDG Media Summit 2019, The One Club for Creativity announced the introduction of The One Show Sustainable Development Pencil...
23 Sep 2019
The key message of the FAO's "The State of the World's Forests" is an urgent need to promote more positive interactions between agriculture and forestry...
25 Jul 2016
BANGKOK, THAILAND: Conservationists have urged Internet giant Google to remove thousands of advertisements promoting products made from endangered whales and elephants.
6 Mar 2013
NEW YORK, US: Purchases of environmentally protective products have grown significantly in two of the world's leading markets - China and Brazil; but the widespread perception that these products are too expensive may be blocking deeper adoption.
21 Aug 2012