A US startup hopes its 'mircoballoon' platform can provide aerial photography to a new host of users, including charities, farmers and rescuers.
A UK app has created a special cash lottery for anyone picking up and binning litter.
While some manufacturers are going big, others are looking to small, self-sustaining microfactories as a more sustainable way to build things.
All too often, living in a city can make you feel like a passive bystander. But new civic technology is aiming to make it easier than ever to get involved and have your voice heard.
This year, the non-profit organisation Atmosfair built the world's first industrial production facility for synthetic kerosene, thus providing CO2-neutral fuel for commercial aviation.
The air in our cities is polluted. With sensors, citizens can collect measurements, allowing them to uncover sources and build up political pressure.
Green City Watch is working at the intersection of geospatial data and artificial intelligence in a bid to streamline and optimise the way cities care for their green spaces. RESET spoke to co-founder Nadina Galle about their work and to find out how the technologies they're using could change our relationship to nature in the long term.
According to a new study, electric cars could become carbon neutral by 2050 - but if zero carbon mobility is ever to become reality, policy makers need to make a few key important changes.
Scooters, taxis, delivery vans, pedestrians and cyclists all compete for space at the sides of the road. As the pressure on our curbsides grows, US company Coord is using the power of machine learning to create an open source map of this contested area - to improve mobility, efficiency and quality of life for all.