Bacteria, active paints and aquariums

Dr Rachel Armstrong, senior lecturer at Greenwich University’s School of Architecture, Design and Construction, looks to a future of regenerating cities

New world of fresh thinking

The real challenge facing cities may not simply be the pace of technological advance, but instead is in the way we see future urban living, writes Felicia Jackson

Offshore wind is energy of future

From its position as a world leader in offshore wind power, the UK has the potential to become a global centre of expertise, according to Maria McCaffery, chief executive of RenewableUK

Climate change ‘is harming eye health’

Warming of the Earth’s climate system and related increasing concentrations of greenhouse gasses are causing some eye disorders, writes Maria Anguita

Calling for fresh thinking

Companies looking to cut the human impact of their products are realising they need to look outside their own four walls, writes Mike Scott

Sharing a heavy load

It plays a vital role in delivering efficient supply chain and consumer operations, but logistics is facing increased pressure for greater efficiency and environmental improvements, writes Steve Agg

Future returns depend on sustainable investment

Our economy needs to be rewired to thrive within environmental limits and their social consequences, writes Penny Shepherd

Taking long view can pay dividends

For companies to be able to implement the strategies needed to cope with a resource-constrained world, they need the help of their investors, writes Sarah Murray