Germany has agreed to shut down all coal-fired electricity plants by 2038.
An Egyptian factory uses recycled plastic bottles to produce polyester fibre as a cheaper alternative to cotton, after the country's cotton crop witnessed many hiccups.
Discarded plastic finds a second life in Bordello II's endangered animal street art
Our interview with sustainable fashion pioneer Mark Bloom aka Joe Komodo
‘That’s so last season’ is fast-becoming an antiquated expression as the fashion world embraces the real next big thing: the last big thing.
Fashion pieces made out of ocean waste among others were on display at the first Neonyt – the global hub for sustainable fashion.
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.
The International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) held its ninth assembly from 11th to 13th January in Abu Dhabi.
Jordan’s movement towards renewable energy is gaining momentum.
Growing Underground, a company based in Clapham, sustainably grows salads and other "microgreens" 33m below the busy streets of London.
Bicycles made of steel are heavy, aluminium can be too weak, carbon fibre too expensive and not eco-friendly. That's why manufacturers are looking to bamboo
North Sea fishermen benefiting from improved catches
Our interview with Sven Segal, founder of PO-ZU.
What to look for and when booking conscious holidays this year
Eco-friendly Arctic vehicles offer a new alternative for tourists exploring Lapland
Award-winning breweries worldwide are tackling the issue of climate change one innovation at a time.
Discovering three forward-thinking brands from Eastern Europe
Giving a sustainable new life to the traditional textile production of the UK
Our curated list of positive stories to remember from this month headlines.
Autonomous and hybrid diesel-electric vessels can be the future of the shipping industry.
Responsible and sustainable high-end objects to gift this Christmas.
A shop, thrift store, haberdashery, sewing workshop, café and a place to recycle pre-loved garments.
This three Michelin-starred restaurant in Spain is taking a new approach to recycling some of its waste.
Over a year ago, Awa Meite Van tuyl directed a documentary on Subsaharan migrants. But the Malian director chose to paint a different picture than the one so commonly showed in the media. In a 12 epis
The exhibition focuses on the theme 'Imagining the Future City'.
Our round-up of eco-friendly christmas markets promoting sustainable living in Europe to attend this December.