Proponents of organic foods have the fervor of faith in their belief in the benefits of organics, but if we want to truly understand organic agriculture's impacts on the planet and on our health, science and not faith ought to guide us.
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Badgeville just released new tools to made it easier for companies to use online games to influence customer behavior and increase brand loyalty. Here's what games can do for sustainability.
A British scientist argues that global warming could lead to a future of more intense volcanic eruptions and earthquakes. And while some dismiss his views as preposterous, he points to a body of recent research that shows a troubling link between climate change and the Earth’s most destructive geological events.
Do consumers in emerging economies spend more responsibly? Those consumers seem to be doing the most to reward businesses that support societal causes, according to a recent survey.
Just for a moment, forget whether you're pro-nuclear or anti-nuclear, and reflect on the coalition government's policy for nuclear power.
Thousands of Japanese marched to celebrate the last of this nation's 50 nuclear reactors switching off Saturday.
The vast amount of glass in skyscrapers and office buildings represents enormous potential for an emerging technology that turns windows into solar panels. But major questions remain as to whether solar windows can be sufficiently inexpensive and efficient to be widely adopted.
In a single new scientific publication, 24 new species of lizards known as skinks, all from islands in the Caribbean, have been discovered and scientifically named.
As the Rio+20 summit approaches, the United Nations' Assistant Secretary General, Liz Thompson, urges a bigger role for business in the sustainability discussion -- and a better role for women.
In its quest to find new sources of energy, China is increasingly looking to its western provinces. But the nation’s push to develop fossil fuel and alternative sources has so far ignored a basic fact — western China simply lacks the water resources needed to support major new energy development.