Topic : Sustainability

  • Splinters of ice peel off from one of the sides of the Perito Moreno glacier during the southern hemisphere’s winter months, near the city of El Calafate Forum Article

    How climate change will drive migration

    According to the UN World Population Prospects, the global population is expected to exceed 8.4 billion by… more

  • Adelie penguins walk along ice at Cape Denison, Commonwealth Bay, East Antarctica Forum Article

    Is the ozone layer recovering?

    Imagine an environmental crisis caused by a colourless, odourless gas, in minute… more

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    How the power-free memory chip just got closer

    A new way of switching the magnetic properties of a material using just a small applied voltage… more

  • A view of a partially dried-up pond at a village of Guangnan county Forum Article

    How to use nature to solve water shortages

    Each year, cities around the world spend $90 billion to build infrastructure that’s… more

  • A Southern White Rhino named Bella eats with her one-day-old baby at Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary in Nakasongola Forum Article

    Are humans driving the “sixth extinction”?

    “I see myself as a translator who translates science into a language that someone like me, a literature… more

  • Adelie penguins walk along ice at Cape Denison, Commonwealth Bay, East Antarctica Forum Article

    How the ozone hole affects weather patterns

    Many people think of sunburn and skin cancer when they hear about the ozone hole. But more ultraviolet… more

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    Why sustainability is more than just a fad

    Since the 1970s, we’ve been operating beyond the resources our planet can sustainably provide… more

  • A rooftop garden on a building across the street from the International Covention Centre where the COP17 continues in Durban Forum Article

    How rooftop gardens can help combat flooding

    In recent years, there seems to have been a rise in the extreme weather all over the world from terrible… more

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    A new way to harness the power of the sun

    Transforming into a society that is driven by sustainable energy rather than fossil… more

  • Splinters of ice peel off from one of the sides of the Perito Moreno glacier during the southern hemisphere’s winter months, near the city of El Calafate Forum Article

    Why we all need to help save the environment

    When I look at the rate of resource depletion, at soil erosion and declining fish stocks, at climate… more

  • Thirst4Water Mina Guli Young Global Leaders Article

    How China is tackling its water crisis

    Imagine identifying an issue so big you think you’ll never make a dent in it. Then think about how you’d… more

  • Steam billows from the cooling towers of Jaenschwalde coal power station near Cottbus Forum Article

    Is the US-China climate deal a game changer?

    The United States, the world’s biggest historical emitter of greenhouse gases, has pledged to cut… more

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    How groundwater reacts to climate change

    Global warming stops at nothing – not even the groundwater, as a new study by researchers from ETH Zurich… more

  • Fish swim past a reef in the Red Sea in Dahab Global Agenda Councils Article

    Four ways to protect the oceans while boosting growth

    “Blue growth” is fast becoming a fashionable term. Drawing on the concept of green growth, which… more

  • A woman walks with her greyhound dogs along a path in the Durand forest near the French border to Switzerland in Ferney Voltaire Global Agenda Councils Article

    Logging off: is the end of deforestation in sight?

    Forests are essential. And not just to help prevent climate change, but for life. Worldwide, 1.6… more

  • Tourists on Kuta beach in Bali. Global Agenda Councils Article

    Three key questions for the future of public finance

    In the wake of the great recession, public finance remains high on the global policy agenda, with fiscal… more

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    What plants can teach us about generating energy

    Most of the energy that fuels our lives comes from plants. Whether it is a fossil fuel that was formed… more

  • Splinters of ice peel off from one of the sides of the Perito Moreno glacier during the southern hemisphere’s winter months, near the city of El Calafate Forum Article

    How to boost development and tackle climate change

    “How do you engage a country that may not agree with your climate agenda?” The question came last… more