Do harvest season spikes in agricultural income and conflict in rural Africa and Asia present an opportunity to adjust peacekeeping and aid efforts?
When deciding if they should live with or fight the floods, Australia and many other countries can learn from the Netherlands.
Three chief authors of the State of the Environment Report provide its key findings. While it’s a sobering read, there are a few bright spots.
The UN says current sand extraction is leading to a global crisis, so what can be done to protect this vital resource?
This week: the world is running out of sand. The most-exploited resource after water should be recognised as a strategic material and regulated like a mineral commodity
Deforestation is having a significant impact on global biodiversity.
While commercial fishing rates have fallen, the decline in fish stocks over time is leading to unintended consequences.
Recent catastrophes could indicate the climate system has crossed a dangerous threshold.
More than 800 million people could be affected by coastal flooding, how are cities adapting?
Human progress is no excuse to destroy nature. A push to make ‘ecocide’ a global crime must recognise this fundamental truth
The push for a new environmental crime has attracted high-profile backers including Emmanuel Macron, Pope Francis and Greta Thunberg. But we must get the details right.
With a growing global population, perhaps it is time to start looking for alternatives.
Brazil has set itself a target of restoring almost 50,000 sq km of the Amazon rainforest by 2030. But it won't get there without changing its policies and how it engages with local people.