You may not know it, but you’re celebrating World Environment Day right now.
Agriculture was a much-debated topic at this week’s international climate negotiations in Germany.
Top African officials and global business leaders will discuss incorporating nature into Africa’s economic development.
We’re fond of saying that we have our heads in the sky and our feet in the mud. Here’s what we mean.
Filming Bogotá from the air, I wonder how many people below know where their water comes from.
Fresh water is surpassing oil as the world’s scarcest critical resource — and increasingly becoming a source of conflict.
Peter Seligmann looks back on 42 years of Earth Day — and looks ahead hopefully at the challenges before us.
We all need water, but the fact remains that businesses are responsible for the lion’s share of daily freshwater use.
The message is clear: The pressures on Earth are large and potentially disastrous.
Since 1990, more than 2 billion people have gained access to an improved source of drinking water. But more needs to be done.