A book that seeks to make the case for a Green New Deal merely exposes the faultlines in the uneasy green-red coalition behind it, argues Tim Abrahams
Permaculture gardening seeks to make land more productive by allowing nature to retake control. Adopted by urban farmers, designers, even tech-savvy futurists, it is already changing the way we design and nurture green spaces. By Katy Kelleher.
Here's a look at 10 of the most recognisable buildings by Norman Foster, widely recognised as one of the leading architects in Britain
Bringing nature into hospital design creates spaces that are non-institutional and fundamentally nurturing
Waugh Thistleton's Kirsten Haggart makes the case for using timber construction to tackle climate change urgently
Explore the best of Portuguese design at the London Design Fair
All 17 Stirling Prize winners signed a declaration promising action on the 'climate and biodiversity emergency'
The new exhibition at the Victoria and Albert Museum asks plenty of questions about waste and sustainability
London Craft Week is back to share the work of makers from across the spectrum of craft and creativity
How London-based studio Made Thought incorporated sustainability and circularity into the core of their work, without sacrificing content or style.
Work by Formafantasma, the Campana brothers, Max Lamb and Vivienne Westwood are on display as part of an exhibition at the spectacular Artipelag gallery in Sweden that shows off design that embraces rather than exploits nature. Curator Lidewij Edelkoort told us more about it
We spoke to the designer of a biodegradable chair for Basque brand Alki, which has a seat made of a sugarcane, maize or beet polymer
An affordable electric scooter that will rely on a network of battery charging stations could revolutionise transport infrastructure in densely populated cities. David Phelan was at the product's launch last week in Las Vegas
In an effort to reanimate used electronic equipment, the London-based designer has created a Bluetooth device that you can stick onto any old speaker to play music
The Danish architect discusses his practice's people-centred architecture and his holistic approach to sustainability
A chandelier reminiscent of scientific equipment, ceramics that resemble iced biscuits and products made of discarded glass are among the items on display at the cafe and gallery