Earth's land shown to have warmed by 1.5C over past 250 years, with humans being almost entirely responsible
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The amount of "green" advertising rises and falls in conjunction with key indicators of economic growth.
Better-designed and greener ways have taken root among researchers and industry, and it's not just about removing hazardous chemicals from the hood.
How can companies navigate the inevitable confusion that arises when sourcing and certification programs each define and measure sustainability by a different set of standards?
The Greenland ice sheet is melting at an ''unprecedented'' rate, according to NASA satellite data that shows 97 per cent of the vast mass is undergoing some form of melting.
It seems that the most effective thing sustainability executives in large companies can do is to stop talking about sustainability.
An analysis of newly sequenced polar bear genomes is providing important clues about the species' evolution, suggesting that climate change and genetic exchange with brown bears helped create the polar bear as we know it today.
Once leaders in sustainable investment and shareowner advocacy, college and university endowments now lag behind many mainstream institutions in the uptake of environmental, social and corporate governance investment criteria.
The oldest winery in the US was transformed over the course of eight years by rethinking its relationship with water, aerating its wastewater and using renewables.
In fish-crazed Japan, where eating seafood is a vital part of the nation's culture, conservation groups are working with companies to persuade more Japanese to eat certified, sustainably caught seafood.