On World Food Day, a new report from Friends of the Earth International finds that current strategies to raise investment in agriculture are most likely blocking rather than aiding the achievement of food security and food sovereignty.

Since the 1980s a major change took place in public policies for water resources management.

This report was compiled by Ecofys to support The New Climate Economy (NCE) and the publication of a report on the role of international collaboration in climate action, which provides ten recommendations to catalyse international climate action.

This report presents key technology, market and economic aspects of wind energy in Europe and beyond. During 2014 the wind energy sector saw a new record in actual installations in a context of healthy manufacturer balance sheet and downward trend in prices.

US agencies, funders such as the Gates Foundation, and agribusiness giant Monsanto are trying to force unwilling African nations to accept expensive and insufficiently tested Genetically Modified (GM) foods and crops, according to a new report released.

To what extent have national fiscal policies contributed to the decarbonisation of newly sold passenger cars? Construct a simple model that generates predictions regarding the effect of fiscal policies on average CO2 emissions of new cars, and then test the model empirically. Empirical strategy combines a diverse series of data.

2013 saw global CO2 emissions from fossil fuel use and cement production reach a new all-time high. This was mainly due to the continuing steady increase in energy use in emerging economies over the past ten years.

The purpose of this study is to compare the energy efficiency and CO2-intensity of fossil-fired power generation for Australia, China, France, Germany, India, Japan, Nordic countries (Denmark, Finland, Sweden and Norway aggregated), South Korea, United Kingdom and Ireland (aggregated), and the United States.

Ahead of Europe’s largest consumer technology show, to be hosted in Berlin, Greenpeace has analysed the environmental progress being made by companies attending the IFA 2014. The report, titled ‘Green Gadgets: Designing the future’, evaluates the progress and subsequent future challenges facing 16 leading consumer technology companies.

This report makes the case for addressing ecosystem degradation as one of the root causes of risk and vulnerability and for opting for ecosystem-based solutions as a way to reduce disaster risk and build community resilience.