Is LEGO’s partnership with Shell “polluting our kids’ imaginations”?
What would it take to convert the unsustainable Spanish economy into an exemplar of financial stability, sustainability, and social equity?
As we start a new year, it’s a good time to reflect on humanity’s place in history….
While it’s one thing to create alternative measures to track societal progress instead of economic growth, achieving that progress will require ending growth altogether.
Does the recent accident of a train transporting oil suggest that Keystone Pipeline should be built?
State of the World 2013 discusses the challenges and opportunities presented by changing the way we produce and use energy.
A recap of State of the World 2013 launch in Copenhagen.
What would a truly sustainable United States look like in 2100? A green consumerist paradise or something that looks more similar to the colonial era?
A recent op-ed from IPS that tries to answer the question of whether sustainability is still possible….
A brief recap of April 16th’s State of the World 2013 launch at Worldwatch headquarters in Washington, D.C.
Fracking advocates proclaim a natural gas revolution, but are they simply perpetuating our catastrophic fossil fuel dependence?
As Greeks cope with the recession, some are also creating a new, sustainable way of life.
The World Bank’s new president is promising a lot on climate change, but right now his rhetoric has yet to translate into real action.
Vancouver is trying to be the world’s Greenest City, but that is far from a truly sustainable city.
Worldwatch is proud to release a new eco-education scenario for the world renowned board game, The Settlers of Catan. Now available at www.oilsprings.catan.com
Ecuador’s innovative conservation strategy – requesting aid in return for not drilling for oil – faces an uphill battle.
Here’s the same film in two different formats–sci fi epic and documentary.