Jonathon Porritt, Chair of the London 2012 Sustainability Ambassadors Group, explains what the ambition for London to have organised “the most sustainable summer Olympics of modern times” actually means.
Amazon Watch coordinator Gregor MacLennan talks about his work with communities to preserve ecosystems, and his journey since graduating from Forum for the Future’s Masters programme.
Mushrooms are one of the planet’s most effective natural recycling systems. Can they help us fix our landfill problem?
Taking account of natural surroundings when planning a retrofit can reduce heating costs, create a more pleasant environment and even boost profits.
Lafarge transforms old quarry sites to give a new home to indigenous flora and fauna.
The revolution in remote monitoring should help solve environmental problems, but might it also increase our distance from the natural world? Hugh Knowles and Martin Wright investigate.
Beehive fences are proving effective at deterring crop-raiding and reducing human-elephant conflict.
Three leaders from Islam, Buddhism and Christianity tell Green Futures how their religion perceives the role of people on the planet.
Forums in Nigeria and Ethiopia bring together faith leaders, environmental activists and policy makers, and inspire real commitments.
How the voluntary service of one revered spiritual leader led to the transformation of a sacred river in the Punjab.
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