According to the latest analysis, agricultural soil has the potential to sequester 27% of the carbon emissions required to meet 2°C targets.
The lack of stringent national policies or a globally consistent definition of net zero buildings is holding back their transition.
A large-scale shift to returnable plastic packaging can lift corporate profits while simultaneously cutting virgin material and water use, GHG emissions and plastic pollution, according to a new report by the Ellen MacArthur Foundation (EMF).
Commercial vehicle manufacturer Scania (STO:SCVB) and steelmaker SSAB (STO:SSAB-A) have signed a letter of intent to decarbonise all steel deliveries from SSAB to Scania’s heavy-duty vehicles in 2030.
C40 Cities has launched a new project to establish best practices for the development of inclusive, decarbonised urban environments.
European Union member states have agreed to restrict the export of hazardous and harmful waste within the EU and to non-Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) countries.
Clean technologies rely on critical minerals, but their delivery comes at an enormous cost to vulnerable communities across Africa.
Planet Tracker has found that nitrogen fertiliser production outstrips global needs and exceeds planetary boundaries, costing billions in losses.
Retrofits of buildings are stalling in several G20 countries in Europe as emissions are rising in the US, according to a new study.
A new report by the Waste & Resources Action Programme (WRAP) warns that aggressive production levels by fashion companies are wiping out the positive impacts of sustainability initiatives.