Carbon Conscious still positive on outlook. Plus: world’s biggest offshore wind farm; more Suntech woes, solar for Gilligan’s Island.
Winner of the Gates’ Reinvent the Toilet challenge is a solar-powered WC that breaks down waste into hydrogen gas, water, and solids.
Alongside its cutting-edge and utility-scale green energy projects, the US Army is also undertaking a critical experiment in energy efficiency at base camps.
Political wrangling around Britain’s green certificate scheme shakes faith in a market aiming to be a renewables haven. Plus more on clean energy and carbon.
LOCOG has tried to instill sustainability into every facet of the 2012 Olympics. How has it done? And what can the Gold Coast Games gain?
One of these cities is much better placed for coping with the consequences of urban expansion. And there are two main reasons why.
With its ETS supported by 148 of 151 voting politicians, South Korea sees ‘green growth’ as an opportunity and a potential competitive advantage.
A Finnish-made robotic recycling system that works like the human brain is now set to be run on solar power.
Fraser Thompson of the McKinsey Global Institute talks about the challenge of managing limited resources.
It is, perhaps, the greatest failure of collective leadership since the first world war…