A new clean energy harvesting solution could help optimise ocean observation technologies - making them more resilient, powerful, eco-friendly and a whole lot more effective at collecting valuable data.
We've all heard of carbon footprints. But what about carbon thumbprints? One Australian phone network is raising consumer awareness of the environmental impact of our mobile data use - with the help of augmented reality.
High-tech drones are providing fast, remote medical delivery services in Africa, Europe and the US - transporting medicines, equipment, blood samples, testing devices and more. And in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, they're doubling down on their efforts.
Bike theft is cruelly familiar for many people. Countless cyclists have been victims of that all-too familiar unfortunate surprise: no bike, a broken lock, and few witnesses. BikeFair is a digital platform that aims to stop stolen bike sellers in their tracks.
Plantyflix is a subscription service that invests your monthly payment in planting trees - to offset all of the carbon emissions you generated last month by watching Netflix.
One young French company has developed a simple plug and play wall heater that can help users to control and reduce their energy use, as well as help power companies manage peaks in consumption.
The world of consumer tech doesn't tend to have a big focus on sustainability. But this year's IFA conference had a few promising developments on display - at least in one particular corner.
Fairphone, a social enterprise bringing sustainable materials and ethical production into the consumer electronics market, is back with a new device for Europe’s ethically-minded smartphone buyers.
The impact of global shipping is huge, and we’ve previously written numerous times about both the impact and the upcoming much-needed crackdown on emissions in 2025.