"American allies are freaked out about this in Asia, the Chinese are licking their lips — they're very happy about it," says Ian Bremmer.
The best model of success for a business is one that starts by telling the truth. Not enough companies understand that, let alone act on it.
U.S. president-elect Donald Trump's "open mind" on climate change may signal wider policy flexibility, including on trade, says Alavan Business Advisory's Alastair Newton.
The number of plastic bags found on U.K. beaches has fallen by almost half in only one year thanks to a supermarket surcharge.
The government of Canada has announced that it is to accelerate its investments in clean energy.
Gloucester Cathedral has become one of the oldest cathedrals in the world to have solar panels.
Global warming knows no boundaries, says the UN's Haoliang Xu, speaking at a business forum on Sustainable Goals in Asia.
Aftershocks, including Tuesday's Japan temblor, may occur for up to 15 years of a major seismic event such as the 2011 Tohuku quake, says Peggy Hellweg at the Berkeley Seismological Laboratory.
Wasted food and the impact on world hunger is discussed by DSM's Anthony Hehir and Trove's Sam Kass.
Clashes between protesters and authorities over the Dakota Access Pipeline escalated on Sunday night, NBC News reports.
Oil firms are under pressure to show some sort of response to the challenge of a lower carbon world and to de-risk their legacy operations.
Iowa-born Peggy Whitson made history on Thursday, becoming the oldest woman to enter space.
Investors are still riding it out with Elon Musk because the sustainable energy space is still new territory, says Dunne Automotive's Michael Dunne.
John Kerry has said that the majority of U.S. citizens wish to keep the commitments their country has made to fight climate change.
One project is looking to develop technology to permanently store CO2 in rocks.
The University of Washington's Samuel Wasser talks about how the illegal wildlife trade, worth $20 billion annually, is a transnational organized crime.
Major businesses and investors have called on President-elect Donald Trump to "strongly support" and stick with low-carbon policies.
The world's reliance on fossil fuels is far from over, despite investments in renewables and international climate deals, the IEA said.
Ford plans to move forward with manufacturing plans abroad despite Trump's repatriation and tariff proposals, CEO Mark Fields says.
One of the world's most ambitious tidal energy projects has started to generate power for the first time.