Since 1965, over ⅓ of the world’s cumulative carbon emissions can be traced back to just 20 fossil fuel companies. Who are the biggest contributors?
Our modern world was designed for mass consumption and waste. Choosing to build a circular economy will be integral to the future of our planet.
Which countries are able to balance prosperity and sustainability in their energy mixes? See the countries with the most sustainable energy policies.
Today's stunning visualization depicts the incredible scale of plastic bottle waste accumulated globally in each hour, day, month, year, and decade.
The world is in critical need of palladium. It's a crucial metal in reducing emissions from gas-powered vehicles, and our secret weapon for cleaner air.
We highlight the five most important takeaways from the IPCC's recent 1,400+ page report on climate change and land use.
Every year, the United States exports almost one million tons of plastic waste, including 'recycled' materials. Where does all of this waste go?
IMO 2020, which sets ambitious emissions limits, is about to shake up maritime shipping. Today's graphic covers the environmental and economic impacts
This stunning animation visualizes the last nine years of U.S. electric vehicle sales. We also look at who will lead the race in the coming years.
Just 15 countries are responsible for almost three quarters of the world’s carbon emissions. But what does this look like per capita, and over time?