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Melting ice caps pose huge danger to people living on low lying land

Viktor Kossakovsy's extraordinary film Aquarela leaves us in no doubt that the earth's most precious element is a capricious force we humans have no control over. Starring water and about water, it takes us on a journey from Russia's frozen Lake Baikal to Miami in the throes of Hurricane Irma to Venezuela's mighty Angel Falls

If it's your heart's desire to see the Northern Lights, well, there's an app for that...

Grupo Fedola (GF) Hotels is the first hotel chain in Europe and third in the world to obtain the ISO 21401: 2019 certificate for meeting the environmental, social and economic requirements of this leading sustainability management system.

GODAN stands for Global Open Data for Agriculture and Nutrition and it wants us all to know its name

Cork House in Berkshire is has won many awards for its ingenuity and eco-friendliness. Its shown that cork blocks are as effective a building material as bricks, with a far more minimal carbon footprint

The good news is more of us are embracing the reuse, recycle, reduce mantra and are no longer sneary about buying second-hand

Sweatshops... some are worse than others

PaperTale is a new Swedish blockchain platform that makes it possible for consumers to scan a product with their smartphone and get on the spot authenticated information about the supply chain and the product's environmental impact

Liverpudlians are being urged to go by bus to help curb climate change