More than 200,000 people are added to the world each day. With more and more mouths to feed, vertical farming is an increasingly popular method for producing food.
Changes in the climate have, in the past, been beneficial for some groups. Will this be true of modern climate change?
This could set in motion a string of chain reactions that further destabilize the ice shelf and surrounding glaciers, ultimately contributing to global sea level rise.
Renewable energy, development and Africa’s agriculture potential
Renewable energy, biking and innovation
Mobilizing investment to fund clean energy
African development in an age of transformation
Looking at city-level efforts addressing climate change
Innovative solutions complement the Endangered Species Act and can benefit people as well as nature.
Looking forward to renewable energy’s uncertain future