Coffee production results in large amounts of waste, but new research suggests at least part of that - the coffee pulp - could be recycled and used to speed up the recovery of tropical forests.
While data centres produce huge amounts of heat when at work, and have to be cooled with air conditioning, we also spend a lot of energy heating our homes. A French company has come up with a solution that kills two birds with one stone - a way of recycling that computing power and using it to heat buildings.
Munich-based start-up Ororatech uses nanosatellites to collect and aggregate images to warn of forest fires worldwide.
The Spanish "La Zona" project aims to provide an environmentally friendly, and socially sustainable, alternative to online retailers like Amazon by creating a joint sales platform for local cooperative businesses.
Consumers are rarely given information about where their clothes come from and how they were made. In Germany, a new platform aims to bring more transparency into textile supply chains.
When it comes to speeding up the renewable energy transition, satellites can play a crucial role. We've taken a look at a few case studies that show us how.
Whether it's discarded smartphones, TVs or kitchen appliances - electronic waste is an ever-growing problem. In a bid to help stem the tide, researchers in Germany have now developed a biodegradable display.
Global Forest Watch's satellite-based maps provide users with access to data on forests worldwide - and are an important tool in the fight against forest fires and deforestation.
The Berlin startup PeekUp is here to pick up your clutter in a convenient and eco-friendly way - via a cargo bike service that travels right to your door.