Corporate ownership has become concentrated in the hands of the 'big 3' passive asset managers: BlackRock, Vanguard and State Street
BP and British media must stop green-washing
Getting Amazon to pay its taxes could be Jeff Bezos’ biggest climate action
2020 Climate Targets: The Paris Agreement legally requires better targets this year
Outbreaks like coronavirus start in and spread from the edges of cities
The new coronavirus crossed the animal-human divide at a market in Wuhan, one of the largest Chinese cities and ...
Lack of modern energy sources increase health risk for Nagaland's rural women
Depending on traditional fuel means increased risk of respiratory, musculo-skeletal disorders
WWF Global Futures pushes ‘nature-based solutions’ agenda
They are not only a distraction from reducing consumption and decarbonising all sectors of the domestic economy, but also ...
Contours of coronavirus
Given near-certain shocks awaiting our world, it's time to rethink globalisation
IEA’s push for climate ambition must start at home
International Energy Agency's latest carbon dioxide numbers try to greenwash biggest historic polluters
Three things historical literature can teach us about the climate crisis
The climate emergency may be unprecedented, but there are a few key ways in which past literature offers a ...
Climate emergency: A question of semantics?
Framing the changing climate as an emergency is preventing progress towards climate action
False information fuels fear during disease outbreaks: There is an antidote
Editors and journalists no longer control the flow of news and opinion. Anyone can generate and distribute text, images, ...
Ed Miliband makes a potentially transformative pitch for CoP 26 Glasgow presidency
He must clarify position on carbon markets, genuinely work in partnership with world
Novel Coronavirus: What’s in a name?
World bodies have to be extremely careful when naming a new disease
Why it’s so difficult to end female genital mutilation
Knowledge of local culture crucial, argues author of Global Perspectives on Violence against Women and Girls
The US takes on a drug giant
The US government's patent lawsuit against Gilead Sciences indicates it is tired of being milked by pharma companies
Iowa caucuses did one thing right: Require paper ballots
Any problems with a paperless election would be impossible to fix, calling into public question the integrity of the ...
How China plans to phase out single-use plastics by 2025
However, it must ensure fair practices to achieve environmentally-driven, economically viable expectations
Lithium extraction should be sustainable
In our efforts to make the planet cleaner, we cannot repeat the mistakes we made with fossil fuels
A math teacher’s plea: Let’s keep pi irrational
What does it mean for students if they are learning technology can answer every challenge?
Climate crisis: We are not individuals fighting a faceless system — we are the system that needs to change
Our interconnectedness also means that positive behaviours can cascade to influence many others
Davos 2020: Will sweeping protests across the globe lead to a new form of capitalism
‘Stakeholder capitalism’ may become a buzzword, but will it be a concept that can deliver
Antibiotic resistance: 'Some bacterial pathogens are resistant to all antibiotics'
Tobias Dörr, a microbiologist at Cornell University, New York, is researching on protecting beneficial microbes from antibiotics. He speaks ...
Looking beyond Pokemon Go: Augmented reality and virtual reality open vistas in medicine
Surgeons who experience VR simulations had improved psycho-motor skills and their performance in the operating room improved significantly
Adani Carmichael coal: Do we need it or not?
If we are ramping up coal production abroad at a time when the IPCC and UN say it should ...