Fundamental changes in our economies are required to secure decent living standards for all in the struggle against climate breakdown, according to new research.
The global food system could drive rapid and widespread biodiversity loss if not changed, new research has found.
Global energy consumption in 2050 could be reduced to the levels of the 1960s and still provide a decent standard of living for a population three times larger, according to a new study.
Nearly half the UK’s carbon footprint comes from emissions released overseas to satisfy UK-based consumption, according to a new report.
A new study has found extreme disparity in the use of energy among richer and poorer people - both within countries and between them.