Migrating geese avoid offshore turbines, finds UK radar study

Wednesday, 16 April 2014 by Guest writer
Tags: Diagnosis, Innovation, Sustainable business

The longest ever study of the behaviour of birds around wind turbines shows offshore farms pose little threat.

World's biggest seafood event to put spotlight on sustainable fishing

Sunday, 06 April 2014 by Duncan Jefferies
Tags: Behaviour change, Food, Shipping, Value chains

This year's annual gathering of 25,000 seafood industry professionals will highlight the importance of sustainable fishing practices.

Could making London a national park solve air pollution woes?

Saturday, 05 April 2014 by Guest writer
Tags: #theBIGshift, Behaviour change, Cities , Diagnosis, Waste

We need to rethink urban space with natural capital at its heart, says urbanist Marco Picardi.

B&Q strives to protect dwindling bee populations

Wednesday, 16 October 2013 by Roger East
Tags: Agriculture, Behaviour change

UK’s biggest garden retailer drops ‘neonicotinoid’ pesticides and joins forces with Friends of the Earth.

Cosmetics company pays for Amazonians to manage forests

Wednesday, 02 October 2013 by Anonymous (not verified)
Tags: Behaviour change, Carbon

Natura Cosméticos buys 120,000 tonnes of carbon from the Paiter Suruí people to prevent logging.

Himalayan farmers benefit from artificial glaciers

Tuesday, 01 October 2013 by Roger East
Tags: Climate change

Twelve new glaciers have reduced water disputes and extended the growing season in Ladakh.

Turning rhino horns pink could disrupt demand

Monday, 16 September 2013 by Koray Yilmaz
Tags: Behaviour change

An indelible dye offers an alternative to dehorning in efforts to save the rhino.

Plastic Bank turns waste plastic into social improvements

Thursday, 12 September 2013 by Anonymous (not verified)
Tags: Behaviour change, Consumer engagement

New scheme aims to tackle plastic pollution by offering people goods and micro-finance in exchange for waste plastic.

Chagos Islands: conserving natural resources demands attention to human rights

Wednesday, 04 September 2013 by Anonymous (not verified)
Tags: International development

To safeguard the world’s most extensive marine conservation area, the British government should repair its relations with Mauritius and the region’s indigenous people, argues Peter Harris.

 

What does the future hold for GM cotton?

Monday, 29 July 2013 by Roger East
Tags: Agriculture

Genetic modification promises advancements in sustainability, pest resistance and fibre quality for cotton. But not everyone is convinced by the gene changers’ claims, as Roger East discovers.

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