Humanity has used up a full year's supply of ecological resources by the middle of August, according to an international NGO.
Diageo has improved its water efficiency by more than 10% in the past year, according to the drinks giant's latest sustainability report.
One of the world's largest pulp and paper manufacturers has today (13 August) pledged to immediately retire some of its commercial plantation areas in a bid to cut greenhouse gas emissions. edie editor Luke Nicholls reports from Jakarta.
Ultra low emission vehicles (ULEV) are increasingly being used like 'normal' cars, a new Government study has found.
The UK is the worst-performing country in Europe when it comes to food waste, throwing away almost 6kg of food per household every week.
Fracking planing applications that are being held up by local councils could be fast-tracked by Government, following new measures announced today by Energy Secretary Amber Rudd and Communities Secretary Greg Clark.
German energy company E.ON has started constructing the world's first modular large-scale battery in the German town of Aachen.
Toyota has introduced its first production-grade hydrogen-powered Mirai sedans to Europe this week.
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