Bioengineers have developed meat-free steaks made from vegetable proteins, made in a 3D printer, which mimic both the taste and texture of real beef.
Using satellite imagery and AI, one Portuguese company is creating geospatial insights to help businesses understand and solve key environmental challenges.
Spanish ecopreneurs are turbo-charging reforestation efforts by combining drones and "smart seeds" to make the tree-planting process more efficient, faster and cheaper too.
A group of researchers in Spain has managed to turn a brewery by-product into a fuel that's similar to conventional gasoline.
A Brazilian organization is supporting a low carbon economy in the Amazon while raising awareness for indigenous communities and their history - all with a help of a green certification and a QR code.
A UK organization is calling on companies and governments to disclose their environmental statistics in a bid to help the fight against climate change.
This summer, the world's second solar-powered train will go into operation - taking hundreds of tourists on a scenic trip through Argentina, and eventually on towards Bolivia and Peru, all the way to Machu Picchu.
As the proverb goes, "Many small people, in small places, doing small things, can change the world." When it comes to the environment, what are the small things that we can do to have the most positive impact?
A Portuguese startup has created a plug and play photovoltaic system that makes it easier than ever for people to become solar energy producers.