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The Roman Catholic Church, Church of England and al-Azhar, the Cairo-based seat of Sunni Muslim learning, made a rare show of joining forces to call for an end to modern slavery within 20 years.
Possibly yes, if you are wearing fabrics made from wood pulp.
The definitions of a forest, deforestation and zero deforestation are more complicated than you might think.
Study shows food manufacturers have little regard for water conservation.
Aeon aims to offer sustainable local fish at its supermarkets.
Enforces adopt new technologies to crack down on illegal logging.
Scratch a little, and you will discover the not-so-cool stuff beyond the surface of many non-stick pans and coated food wrappers.
Natto, or fermented soybeans, are everywhere in Japan. What are they and how do you eat them?
British brand Tetley's master tea taster Sebastian Michaelis has his tongue insured for a cool million pound but says it's more about the training.