The military can and should be driving innovation in clean technology and alternative energy. Here’s why.
Foreign acquisitions of African land for agricultural development have more in common with extractive mining than with food production.
Changing the metaphors we use for the economy can help reframe sustainability.
Networks of community-based development are springing up throughout Guatemala, but a lack of financial resources, communication infrastructure and large-scale program evaluation has limited their effectiveness.
Knut Haanaes, Global Head of Boston Consulting Group’s Sustainability Practice, on the business side of the sustainability coin.
Poor, inner-city areas are often the worst hit by both environmental issues, such as air pollution and limited access to fresh food, and high unemployment. This makes them great candidates for urban greening movements.
Climate change policy, especially in developing countries, is expensive. A critical look at the politics of money on a warming planet.