The World Bank discusses how to help emerging economies on to the path to green growth.
Green advocate Jonathan Porritt is puzzled by right wing politicians' hostility to ideas for green growth.
Myles Allen argues in the The Conversation that carbon capture is now unavoidable if anyone is serious about mitigating climate change
The Global CCS Institute reports that the number of carbon capture and storage projects is declining – The Guardian.
European Research Council President Helga Nowotny discusses how to achieve real multidisciplinary integration in research programmes on societal challenges.
Jennifer Ouellete in Wired on why big data may call for new mathematics.
Elizabeth Kolbert in the New Yorker on recent books about population growth – or decline.
Rebecca Solnit contemplates climate change.
Carl Zimmer explains the latest work on origins of Earth's oxygenated atmosphere, for the New York Times.
Colin McInnes looks forward to taking charge of the planet.
Matt Ridley argues that climate change and energy policies ignore economists’ consensus on the costs and benefits.
Chris Hope suggests the economic consensus differs from Ridley’s reading.