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Texan snowstorms have led to the closure of car production plants across the world. Could rising Arctic temperatures be to blame?
The promises of sustainable investment from firms that manage trillions of dollars ignore the inadequacies of the system in which they operate.
Ten years after the world’s second worst nuclear disaster, large nuclear power stations have yet to regain their appeal.
Manufacturers are waiting to see if the government will make the investments needed to kick-start a green industrial revolution.
From Charles Dickens to the Dasgupta report, the story of the oyster holds gritty hope for conservation.
The UK government has high hopes for London staking its claim as a global centre for green finance but Brexit is pulling in the other direction.
Salmon is one of the UK’s largest exports but in the wild they are overfished and undernourished. Could sustainable aquaculture save them?
Offshore wind capacity will need to be increased across the world to meet international climate commitments, but with as little harm as possible to wildlife.
Mike Berners-Lee’s book There is No Planet B offers a set of practical questions and answers to steer us on to a more sustainable path.
The sun may be setting on coal-fired power in Europe and North America, but its persistence in Asia threatens global climate targets.
Questions remain over whether the US president can get his ambitious climate agenda through Washington's legislative gridlock.