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Das AirBeam-Device in einer Hand.
HabitatMap

Portable Sensor AirBeam Measures Air Quality—and Shares Its Open-Source Data

Are we really breathing clean air when we sit in our garden or local park? The portable measuring device AirBeam can answer this question—and thanks to its open-source data—also protects other people from the impact of air pollution.

Eine Hand, aus der verschiedene Symbol zur Digitalisierung herauskommen
Pixabay / Geralt

Corporate Digital Responsibility (CDR): Strategies for Digital Sustainability

What does CDR mean, how does it differ from CSR and how does it make companies more sustainable? RESET reveals the secret of digital self-responsibility!

Are High-Tech Reusable Water Bottles the Solution Our Oceans Need?

Rebo's high-tech reusable water bottle collects plastic waste from the beach every time you drink. But will growing sales of reusable water bottles save our oceans, or are they a sign of ever-more consumerism?

CLO Screenshot 3D Fashion Sample
Kezia Rice

3D Samples Could Be the Answer to Fashion’s Waste Problem

3D samples could reduce waste in fashion's supply chain, cutting emissions from this highly polluting industry.

MethaneSAT satellite
MethaneSAT LLC

MethaneSAT: A Climate Change Tool That’s Out of This World

Methane is one of the planet's most dangerous greenhouse gases. A new satellite—the size of a washing machine—is set to provide vital data.

Are Polyjoule’s Plastic Batteries Cheaper and Safer for Producing Renewable Power?

Traditional lithium-ion batteries come with a whole host of issues, not least their expense. A Boston startup is looking to new materials for the next generation of batteries.

Donate Phones and Save Lives: “Wir Packen’s An” Collects Old Smartphones for Refugees

Instead of lying in a drawer, your old mobile phone could help people on escape routes. The "Wir packen's an" association reveals how this works.

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Identify Plants With the Flora Incognita App – And Support Important Biological Research

AI-supported plant identification app Flora Incognita provides users with the names of previously unknown plants, turning you into a citizen scientist.

Deep Green Data Centres Heat Swimming Pools in the “Perfect Symbiotic Relationship”

Deep Green uses waste heat from its data centres to heat swimming pools, reducing their carbon emissions and keeping them afloat as energy costs soar.