The first Italian centre for green building innovation has arrived. It is called EDERA. Like the Hedera helix, the evergreen plant known for its hardy nature and tendency to grow Continue Reading
In November, Glasgow will host the annual United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP26). Experts warn that the global summit could be the world’s last chance to stop a climate disaster. Continue Reading
Climate activists raise concerns over the election of former Australian finance minister Mathias Cormann as new OECD Head.
Experts are concerned with the environmental impact of storing so much data on blockchains. Much like cryptocurrency, NFTs use huge amounts of energy to be “mined”. That energy cost increases as more are created. This is because to do this requires increasing amounts of computer processing power.
Online meeting platforms such as Zoom and Microsoft Teams are taking up a lot of room in our everyday life. In the past year, the use of these platforms increased Continue Reading
As Kenya becomes a leading African nation in its geothermal energy developments, indigenous land in Mount Suswa become a topic of conversation, as many Maasai fear eviction and displacement. The Continue Reading
Finsbury Park’s ‘Take One, Leave One‘ scheme has announced it will now be closing until next winter. The scheme, which has stalls set-up in different campuses across the UK, helps Continue Reading
Alice Potts: the eco-artist redesigning how we view our perspiration
In the tribal region along the Durand line the government has taken a number of steps to improve security, which has made life difficult for locals. In Kunar Province of Continue Reading
In recent years, the fashion industry has strived to push for “green fashion,” or sustainable fashion, but no one has made as massive a statement as Copenhagen, Denmark. When it Continue Reading