Meet the Swiss NGO redistributing toiletries from hotels in Europe to deliver to those in need.
As their popularity has skyrocketed, the scaly green fruit has gained a controversial environmental record.
Fashion websites in the UK were rated on their carbon footprints. How much does each homepage generate in CO2?
A new study suggests the Amazon rainforest could actually be contributing to the climate crisis.
After running out of space on land and rooftops, solar energy islands are being constructed around the city-state.
Delivery companies are looking for environmental solutions after the pandemic created a surge in order numbers.
The UK's biggest energy supplier is accused of having a "worryingly simplistic" understanding of green issues.
For Food Waste Action Week, these locals are on a mission to feed people excess food to stop it being binned.
Three UNESCO World Heritage sites can store billions of CO2 in carbon sinks, according to a new report.
Concerns about the cryptocurrency's energy consumption have arisen after a big investment from Tesla.
Here’s how two companies have joined forces to grow an ‘Impact Forest’ that will subsidise video call carbon emissions.
The Englander House moved six blocks in six hours with thousands watching the extraordinary process.
A new controversial study claims that cutting down trees might have the opposite effect on global warming.
Frankie Leach explains why boycotting February 14th is the most eco-friendly thing you'll do all year.
A new report assesses the impact of failed driving tests on carbon emissions and how the pandemic plays a part.
Tackling climate change without changing biomass rules is like "trying to bail out a boat with a hole in the bottom".
The design of the Thabo Mbeki Presidential Library is based on a 2,000-year-old building technique.
Yes, China is the world's biggest emitter of carbon dioxide - but have you ever considered why that is?
As part of its ambitious carbon emissions reduction targets, Denmark plans to create a €28-billion wind power island.
One manufacturer in Northern Ireland is using biofuels to minimise carbon emissions in the glass-making process.