These organisations you haven't heard of are bringing music and theatre to the forefront of the climate conversation.
Far ahead of the rest of the world, this small Nordic country is well on its way to making fossil fuels a thing of the past.
The 250-strong village produces no carbon on a daily basis, with residents living entirely sustainably.
The special solar cells work the same as their daytime counterparts but in reverse.
Inspired by Greta Thunberg, this band are set to stage the most sustainable concert ever attempted in the UK.
The share of fossil fuels in the UK's energy mix dropped from 75% in 1990 to 43% in 2019.
Copenhagen is known for its bikes and green outlook - but what are the latest ways the Nordic nation is trying to lead the way on cutting back on carbon? Greg Lory went to find out.
Business Planet travels to Paris to see how one award-winning company is making a big difference by turning piles of the city’s food waste into renewable energy.
New research is looking at ways of saving water at ultra-thirsty concentrated solar power plants, making this renewable energy more environmentally friendly.
In this episode of Ocean, Denis Loctier travels to the west coast of France and northern Scotland to see what Europe is doing to tap into the immense power of the sea.
In northern Chile, the first thermosolar plant of Latin America is springing up in the middle of the Atacama Desert.
A group of artists have come together in New Delhi to reproduce famous monuments of the world using waste.
This year’s Abu Dhabi Sustainability Week (ADSW) comes to an end on January 19th. Taking place in the UAE’s capital, it’s an annual gathering of industry leaders and heads of state to discuss the latest advancements in sustainable development.
Jordan’s movement towards renewable energy is gaining momentum.