The real price of energy and its cost to us

Are we really paying the highest energy prices in the world, or are we just consuming more than everyone else?

2040: A Handbook for the Regeneration

It can be hard to feel hopeful about the future of life on earth some days, particularly in the current political climate in most English-speaking nations.

Universities are amazing places

Part 1 of our new special report on Universities and education, through our new micro site portal

Your garden could help restore stream ecosystems

Returning this rainwater to our gardens could help ensure ecological flows continue. Even in drought conditions, this minor water diversion could help replenish local streams and maintain their ecosystems.

Microsoft ramps its sustainability blitz

Technology companies are now some of the biggest and most influential on the planet so it’s good news that more of them are going big on sustainability, with Microsoft the latest to ramp up its green commitments.