Changes in water availability point to humans as the driver of global climate change
July 5, 2021
The global climate system is changing and, until now, the drivers of these shifts have been hotly debated: is it caused by humans or is it normal climate variability? New research confirms that humans are the main cause of climate shifts – which will have important implications in support of swift climate action by managers and political figure.
Alternative proteins: the future of sustainable consumption?
June 29, 2021
While meat alternatives are gaining popularity, not all offer the same sustainability gains. In fact, the general perception of their environmental benefits may be skewed by the technological sophistication of their production. Awareness of these factors can positively influence the public to make more sustainable food choices.
June 15, 2021
The best economic recovery is a resilient one
May 17, 2021
The United States, as with governments around the world, will spend vast amounts of money to recover from COVID-induced economic recessions. Choosing to invest in a green recovery, including financing renewable energy, clean physical infrastructure, and reforestation, would be most advantageous not only for the planet and human health, but also for employment and the economy.