How do governments close the water management gap and improve universal access to water?
Is it possible to power the world’s energy needs and also reduce greenhouse gas emissions?
This week: delivery drones - where are they, and why are they taking so long? Plus fake milk discussions and food security futures.
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
This week: the world’s leading suppliers of neon are in Ukraine, and that threatens to make the ongoing microchip shortage even worse.
This week: all about cobalt, a behind the scenes look at the challenges of transitioning to renewable energy technologies.
While commercial fishing rates have fallen, the decline in fish stocks over time is leading to unintended consequences.
While bans on GM crops are being lifted across mainland Australia, consumer hesitancy lingers.
Every mainland Australian state now allows genetically modified crops. Here’s why that’s nothing to fear
GM proponents say the technology leads to better crop yields and may solve food shortages and reduce pests. Opponents say GM is a threat to the environment and humans. So where does the truth lie?
This week: how COVID-19 reveals how the fashion industry predicts trends, and why the success of solar becomes a problem.