We are rapidly approaching the limits of our Earth's environment carrying capacities - rivers are running dry, greenhouse gas emissions are impacting climatic conditions and we are experiencing a mass extinction of biodiversity. At the same time, millions of people are...

There is a need for radical decarbonisation... However this challenge is compounded not only with the reality that over the next two decades there will be 2 billion more people living ever-more carbon-intensive lifestyles, but also by the challenge of reconciling pover...

Central to the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are the principles of ending poverty, while safeguarding Earth's life support systems.

However, the way we address this dual ambition is imbalanced. In our current model of resource management, nature i...

The World Bank has long held the view that putting a “price on carbon” is, and would be, the most efficient and cost-effective means of reducing emissions, and ultimately addressing climate change [1]. This outlook has been reiterated over the past few months by busine...

'Enjoy the little things in life because one day you`ll look back and realize they were the big things'

Kurt Vonnegut

All life, no matter how big or small, depends on another plant or animal species for its survival. At the heart of these dependencies are a small number...

According to the UN’s Food and Agriculture Organisation, 12.6% of the Earth’s land surface has been converted to cropland. A further 0.6% is covered with artificial surfaces such as cities, transportation networks and mines. Together this adds up to 19 million km2, an...

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