A new gold fever may be at hand. Not about the yellow glossy metal, however, but something totally different: gold hydrogen. It comes from microbes that eat oil and produce H2.
A multinational supplier of fresh vegetables and fruit is embracing entomology for sustainability. In Chile, insects naturally control agricultural pests such as Mealybugs and White scale in a pioneering project.
Sails on merchant ships were either from the past or for the future. But retrofitting existing vessels with sails makes it very much today’s topic. A must for the climate and for economic exploitation.
Michelin is the first manufacturer in the world to unveil sustainable car tires with a high proportion of environmentally sustainable materials that have been approved for use on ordinary road vehicles.
Introducing zero waste systems in cities around the world would be one of the quickest ways to reduce global heating, finds a new report. The waste sector accounts for 3.3% of global greenhouse gas emissions, and a fifth of global methane emissions.
Endangered elephants from the wild in Namibia landed in a UAE zoo. The sale served to simulate an African safari experience as a toy for Emiratis.
The food waste in the EU is higher than its imports. The waste damages EU food security amid the cost-of-living crisis. That is the finding of a new report released by environmental NGO Feedback EU.
Fridays for Future is going out on the streets across the world to demand climate finance and reparations for Loss and Damages. This is in time for the upcoming UN Climate Summit, COP 27 in Egypt.
A data-based global platform builds a community that supports people and organizations who want to protect the natural world. Technology and nature coexist in an app to learn, connect, and have a verifiable impact on nature.
A huge climate gap between aspirations and reality in emissions of greenhouse gases makes climate change head in the wrong direction.