Scientists research and politicians make laws, but bureaucrats like Susanne Torriente are where the rubber meets the (raised) road.
Lima is Latin America’s most polluted city, but a local engineering school is out to change that with some pie-in-the-sky thinking.
From Malaysia to Indonesia and the UAE to the U.K., countries and institutions are looking to marry Islamic banking with green projects.
Jaya Rao started Molekule with her father and brother to commercialize a revolutionary air purification technology.
Economist Kate Raworth’s simple drawings reframe the long-held economic notion of endless growth.
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Once-bankrupt Barranquilla is emerging as a beacon of security and development, and it’s pursuing an unlikely model to fight global warming.
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From weed-infused sparkling water to anti-anxiety lattes, adaptogenic foods are providing consumers with some environmental armor.
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Taiwan’s rice farmers are being forced to adapt to environmental changes.