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Open Source Against the Big Players: How OpenOlitor Is Helping Agriculture

OpenOlitor is a management tool for community-supported agriculture that works completely free of charge thanks to open source. At the same time, it is particularly flexible, easy to use and puts a stop to large corporations.

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Solar Energy in Africa: “If We Don’t Know the Real Problem, the Solution Will Probably Be the Wrong One”

The non-profit Access to Energy Institute (A2EI) aims to supply as many people as possible in Africa with solar power. It relies on comprehensive, data-driven problem analysis and optimised solutions to achieve this.

12 Things You Can Do Right Now to Fight Climate Change

The climate is changing - but are you? Changes in the way you live your life - both big and small - can help you reduce your own personal carbon footprint, and also encourage policy makers to act for the good of the planet.

Solar-Powered Fridges Revolutionise Remote Areas of Kenya’s Vaccine Delivery

One entrepreneur’s solar-powered portable fridge is helping some of Africa's remotest communities get access to life-saving vaccines.

Meet the Companies Using Machine Learning to Boost Their Social Impact

Machine Learning has been on everyone’s lips for a while now. A constant fixture in tech circles in recent years, this field of AI is booming with new applications within a variety of industries. But, could Machine Learning be gearing up to help with social causes, too?

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Interview: “We Created a State With 49 Million Cars — Dismantling It Is a Huge Opportunity”

What does the future of our streets look like? That depends on whether we can part with our cars, thinks Katja Diehl.

The Global Environmental E-Waste Problem: What Can You Do About It?

E-waste is the world's fastest growing waste mountain. But there are ways to stop this development.

Greenwashing in Online Fashion: Consumers are Being Deceived by Sustainability Claims

A new comprehensive database supports consumers in their search for sustainable products. Only 14 per cent of products with sustainability labels meet the research team's high credibility criteria.

Will a New Algorithm Rating the Sustainability of Our Food Change Consumer and Producer Behaviour?

When it comes to your weekly shopping, which products are the most sustainable? A new project ranks 57,000 popular food items.