It is indisputably established that a single-use plastics ban is environmentally advantageous. But what does it mean for the wider economy? Join Sohan in his exploration and predication of the economic consequences.
Are natural beauty products genuinely a healthier, environmentally and socially friendlier alternative? Thao-Mi Bui explores some of the hidden traps associated with the most recent pivot towards the natural health market.
In the Murray-Darling Basin, water is valued as both a vital commodity and an ecological necessity. Market-based approaches towards water management have struggled to balance these competing demands, writes Eddie Go.
Worrying environmental events have incited governments to assume responsibility over emissions and to increase investment in renewable energy. However, the transition to renewables is far but smooth. Siddharth explores.
Yannis Goutzamanis considers the relationship between economic growth and environmental outcomes. Consideration of this relationship requires an examination of the controversial environmental Kuznets curve.