Reconsidering Net Zero
Professor Myles Allen sets out what we will need to do to reduce carbon dioxide emissions from current levels to reach Net Zero.
Sustainable transport expert Erika Myers highlights the key areas we need to address to reduce emissions from this crucial sector of the economy.
Scientists at The Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew introduce business leaders to their work preventing biodiversity loss and protecting plants and fungi
Guardians of Nature
Indigenous people account for just 5% of the world's population yet look after 25% of the world's land mass and 85% of its surviving biodiversity
Cassinia builds on the traditional knowledge and skills of indigenous people, developing new business models so the Ngarrindjeri and others can resume their role as guardians of the land.
Coast4c helps fishing communities learn how to farm seaweed; providing alternative income at the same time as restoring the marine ecosystem.
Rejoining The Circle
Professor Leroy Little Bear, a knowledge-keeper of the Blackfoot First Nation of Canada, reminds us we are part of nature, not apart from it.
One Stop COP day ten
The final day of the main conference looks at how cities and regions contribute to, suffer from and have the potential to address the climate crisis
One Stop COP day nine
The penultimate day of the main conference puts the transport sector - responsible for 20% of all emissions - in the spotlight
One Stop COP day eight
With today's themes of Science, Innovation and Gender, we consider how female innovation and perspectives can help address man-made problems.
One Stop COP day seven
The conference resumes with Climate Adaptation topping the agenda. We look at some of the Nature Based Solutions that help mitigate climate change.
One Stop COP day six
The final day of week 1 sees the conference turn its attention to Nature, and efforts to preserve the word's disappearing biodiversity.
One Stop COP day five
As the focus of the conference turns to engaging with young people’s concerns about the climate, we hear from some young delegates.
One Stop COP day four
The announcement of $130 trillion of private finance to fund science-based net zero targets is the highlight of day four at COP26.
One Stop COP day one
25,000 delegates from over 100 countries have gathered in Glasgow for COP26. The future of the world is in their hands.
Osa Conservation is replanting mangroves, one of nature's most effective carbon sinks, in the biodiverse Térraba Sierpe National Wetland of Costa Rica.
Lanzatech's technology uses bacteria to convert carbon captured from waste streams into ethanol - which can then be used in Sustainable Aviation Fuel.
Restor is a mapping platform for the fast-growing global restoration movement, combining the latest ecological data with artificial intelligence
The bio-economy has the potential to ignite new industries, providing the economic incentive to build rather than destroy natural capital.
The Great Reset offers us an opportunity to rethink our world economy in a way that puts nature, people and planet at the centre of how we operate.
There is a golden opportunity for businesses, industries and countries alike to redesign and implement how they will decarbonize and transition to Net Zero and a Circular Bioeconomy
HRH The Prince of Wales outlines his vision of a truly sustainable future.
Lentera specialises in precision farming, using technology to help farmers increase their yield, grow more resilient crops and improve soil health.
Replenishing The Soil
SAFI Organics uses rice chaff to produce organic fertilizer - increasing crop yields and water retention at the same time as reducing soil acidity.
Using data science, artificial intelligence and drones, Dendra help restore and rebalance biodiverse ecosystems at massive scale.
Working With Nature
Nature can be be a source of inspiration and innovation as well as providing the energy to create a sustainable future for everyone.
A Circular Future
The Circular BioEconomy will power a new wave of human innovation inspired by nature, working with the environment to address the climate emergency.
The Time To Act Is Now
HRH The Prince of Wales calls on us all to take this unique opportunity to create a truly sustainable future for people and planet.
The World Resources Institute's projects restore degraded land around the world, helping local people to address the impact of climate change.
The Millennium Seed Bank's underground collection of over 2.4 billion seeds protects threatened species and conducts cutting-edge scientific research
Carbon Engineering's Direct Air Capture technology removes carbon dioxide from the atmosphere, helping the transition to a carbon-neutral economy.
The Rede de Sementes do Xingu brings together indigenous seed-collectors to preserve the Amazon's biodiversity while stimulating the local economy.
The Circular Bioeconomy Alliance’s first proof-of-concept: a Natural Capital Strategy developed by Lombard Odier.
Phasing Out Plastics
Reduced consumption, improved recycling, and production that doesn't rely on fossil fuels would dramatically reduce plastic's environmental impact.
bio-bean is the world's largest recycler of spent coffee grounds, turning this waste into resources that can be used domestically and commercially.
Eco Wave Power's pioneering technology generates power from incoming waves, and can be attached to existing structures rather than the fragile sea-bed.
The Whittle Labs' streamlined R&D process accelerates the design of more efficient turbomachines, reducing emissions from power generation and aviation.
Carbon Capture will play a key role before renewables reach maturity. Find out how we can capture carbon both at source and from the atmosphere.
New England Exemplary Forests are looking to develop their approach into a global standard for sustainable woodland management.
Reusing Captured Waste
CCm captures carbon dioxide and other waste streams, and either stores the captured material or converts it into fertilizer or other useful resources.
Facing The Future
The Dimbleby Lecture by HRH The Prince of Wales at St James’s Palace, London, 8 July 2009
Speech by HRH The Prince of Wales to Steering Committee for Wales, “Countryside in 1970” Conference, Cardiff
Growing Public Awareness
Speech by HRH The Prince of Wales at the European Year of the Environment Eyecatcher Awards, Merchant Taylor’s Hall, London, 22 March 1988
Keynote Address given by HRH The Prince of Wales to The Brundtland Commission, London, 22 April 1992
As the Indian government targets a rooftop solar capacity of 40GW by 2022, Solar Labs looks to increase the pace of installations by offering automated computer analysis of rooftop capacities