A new global initiative is working to secure a rebalance of power in the tech ecosystem, pushing back against the unmitigated power of “big tech” and imagining a world in which technology is built and designed by the people for the people.
The United Nation’s satellite analysis programme, UNOSAT, uses geospatial information to develop informed, evidence-based solutions to issues of human security, peace and sustainable development.
Omdena is an innovation platform where AI experts from around the world collaborate on building solutions for positive impact. RESET chatted to its Head of Marketing, Michael Burkhardt.
Brazilian startup Nucleário has developed an innovative device - inspired by nature - to protect tree seedlings and give a boost to reforestation projects in the country.
In a time of crisis and uncertainty, scientific data and prediction models can offer a solid, reliable basis when making plans for a more sustainable future. En-ROADS provides exactly that - an accessible, interactive climate solutions simulation tool that anyone can use to explore possible different pathways to a low-carbon future.
A Peruvian programme is using drones to help put urban settlements on the map (quite literally), in a bid to improve housing rights and climate change resilience for underserved local residents.
Solar-powered water pumps can make a huge difference for millions of farmers around the world.
The OpenSurface project offers an AI-powered solution for monitoring land use (and abuse) to help drive climate action on a global scale.
Live Love Recycle is a grassroots organisation providing an ultra-convenient, free, on-demand recycling service to the city of Beirut - and employment opportunities to hundreds of its residents.