Citing an infrastructure project that rendered all of New York city as a Wi-Fi hotspot, the World Economic Forum says public-private partnerships are key to implementing the United Nations’ goals t
A musical protest at the Rio carnival will stress the damaging impacts of factory farming on indigenous people and on global warming.
An inexpensive, solar-powered ambulance that can fit down narrow laneways is set to hit the road in rural Bangladesh this year, its manufacturers say.
On February 1, Bangladesh’s state minister for Power, Energy and Mineral Resources, Nasrul Hamid, gave a speech outlining the government’s plan to massively expand energy production through coal.
With millions of people pouring into the region's cities each year, resources are strained and disaster risks are rising.
More than 300 high-profile representatives from NGOs, businesses, government and UN organisations are set to convene at the Aid & Development Africa Summit in Nairobi this February exchanging i
Southeast Asia faces a major challenge: meeting its growing energy needs while limiting its greenhouse gas emissions.
In a milestone ruling, RSPO has said that a Wilmar-owned company violated the land rights of the indigenous Kapa community in West Sumatra.
From Cape Town to Limpopo, The Department of Water and Sanitation is rolling out water restrictions, asking residents to use water moderately as dam water levels remain substantially low.
It’s estimated that about 10 per cent of global emissions comes from deforestation — meaning we could make considerable progress toward halting climate change simply by keeping what remains of the
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