Energy & Climate

When it comes to supply chains, ignorance is no longer bliss — it’s a liability.

It's not just corporations responding to pressure to disclose the carbon footprint of their supply chains; WRI, the U.S. GSA, and the EICC have agreed to disclose supply chain emissions, as well.

Starbucks and Conservation International are helping growers produce shade-grown, ethically sourced beans. Can they wake up the entire industry?

The economy of the world’s oceans almost matches that of the U.K., but it’s being harmed at an alarming rate, warns WWF.

The authors suggest we all think again about eating beef.

Artificial pricing schemes have misaligned urban and agricultural water users. Investing in offsets to help reconcile that value gap could help.

Sports teams have a long history of speaking out on social issues and political causes consistent with their "values" — so why aren't more franchises confronting climate risks?

As global demand for better forest management grows, regulatory and reputational risks strengthen the case for responsibly sourcing timber.

Weather phenomena and climate models suggest some possibilities, but we still don’t know enough about global warming.