First 'plastic free' label to help shoppers curb pollution
"We all know the damage our addiction to plastic has caused, we want to do the right thing and buy plastic-free"
As wells dry, Zambia regulates use of groundwater
Population growth and growing water use by farming and industry also are putting pressure on the country's dwindling water resources
'Adapting to uncertainty' needed in face of climate shocks - experts
"When we're adapting to climate change, we're not adapting to a new stable state, we're adapting to uncertainty."
London looking into more car-free days to cut pollution
Cities and nations around the world are planning to restrict or ban the use of diesel and petrol vehicles in the years ahead
Insurance turns to coral reefs and mangroves as ocean risks surge
As climate change brings worsening threats, insurance may be a way to insure against ocean losses
With an eye on the sky, Costa Rica's farmers harvest rain to beat drought
Rainwater harvesting can help farmers deal with the effects of climate change, experts say.
Coffee faces a double threat to its existence in eastern Ethiopia
While coffee is heavily dependent on rain, Khat needs less, making it a more attractive option for some farmers
How do we turn climate dialogue into action?
Both storytelling and political will are needed to deliver on climate goals.
Kenyan herders turn to grazing app to cut drought risks
Now "we will not be gambling with our livestock. We will be very sure where the pasture and water is and we will just head there"
No water? Parched Kenyans take up an unlikely new crop: fish
Farmers who had never tasted fish are now raising tilapia and catfish for factories producing fish sausages, samosas and kebabs