Not only can we put a value on nature — we must, argues welfare economist Scott Cole. Offsets will be an essential part of the fight against biodiversity loss
Net zero should bring wider ecological benefits, writes Tom Butterworth — but if we’re not careful, it could exacerbate another global crisis
Costa Rica’s decarbonization plan could make it US$41 billion better off by 2050 — even if other countries do nothing, says Adrien Vogt-Schilb
There are many ways in which the built environment not only reflects but reinforces social inequity. Does the way we plan and design cities need to change?
Different parts of a building evolve at different speeds, so it makes sense to keep them separate
We need new solutions for sustainable reuse, says Maria Brogren, but we should also look to the past
A London-based researcher explores why people from BAME backgrounds are less likely to use urban green spaces