Life-and-death struggle for energy efficiency

Child walking on cracked land in drought

In the tangled relationship with water resources and food production, energy efficiency is saving livelihoods and lives

It’s time for sustainability to get radical

Factory pollution

If sustainability now demands radical solutions, we must fully embrace technology and use it to sustain the planet

The need for a sustainable global supply chain

Lady shopping in supermarket

High street giant Marks & Spencer is leading the charge against abuses in the global supply chain with a long-term commitment to sustainability

Cash-strapped cities are battlegrounds for clean energy

Traffic congestion in the Chinese capital Beijing, home to almost 22 million people

Ever-expanding towns and cities, too often strapped for cash, are the battleground for clean growth

The need to power datacentres sustainably

When it comes to the cloud, green is not yet the new black; for data, however, bigger is definitely the new big

Advocacy goes online in the digital age

Amnesty campaigners outside the US Embassy in London in April 2017 to mark 100 days of President Donald Trump’s administration

Building awareness, winning members and raising funds can be more effective online for third-sector organisations

Human rights are now part of business

Companies and their supply chains are increasingly involved in safeguarding human rights

Taking steps to cut global water consumption

jeans hanging out to dry

Measuring water consumption in manufacturing and the supply chain is fundamental to introducing more sustainable practices