New research strengthens case for storing wild relatives of potato and apple crops to help humans adapt to climate change
Preserving the wild relatives of some of the world's most popular crops, such as wheat, potato, rice and sugarcane, could be worth up to $196bn (£128bn) to the economy. That is the conclusion of a report...
Mike Hower takes a biomimicry hike and reflects on what sustainability executives can learn from the desert
Food giants cultivate new pilots and financing programs
Study of land registry data reveals thousands of new homes have been built in flood prone areas, and could also be denied insurance
Most polluting fuels for wood burning stoves including coal and wet wood to be phased out from 2021-23 as part of crackdown on particle pollution