What will climate-neutral mobility look like in the future? What digital solutions are ready for a systematic mobility transition? And how do we get there? Let's take a look...
What if you could reduce your emissions and expenses and make new friends along the way? New ridesharing platforms make this possible.
While ChatGPT’s understanding of climate change is broadly accurate, it is prone to making mistakes that reflect larger societal misunderstandings of the issue.
Data centres consume huge amounts of energy – and generate plenty of heat in the process. In Sweden, thousands of households are already heated with server heat. Could this be a potential source of clean energy?
A new study has explored the feasibility of large scale overhead power line trucking.
With currently only 1 percent of clothes being recycled, the textile industry has a big waste problem. Here are the people stitching together a solution.
The trucking sector is relatively low-hanging fruit when it comes to reducing carbon emissions. Here's how AI and other technologies are seeking to revolutionise it.
Mobility-as-a-Service describes a new concept for the mobility of the future. But a lot of work still needs to be done, particularly regarding how we use mobility data.
What does the future of our streets look like? That depends on whether we can part with our cars, thinks Katja Diehl.