Content to: Climate change

Why a Digital Twin of the Arctic Has “The Potential to be Game-Changing”

PolArctic, a start-up using modelling technology and artificial intelligence to create a digital twin of the Arctic, will map out existing climate impacts on the area – and predict new ones.

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The Klim Mobile App: Making Regenerative Agriculture Simple and Lucrative

In the Klim app, farms can record their regenerative agricultural measures. In return, they get knowledge, a community and funds to support their work.

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Interview with Kezia Rice, RESET’s Latest Sustainability Writer

Kezia is a freelance journalist and copy editor from the UK, specialising in topics relating to climate change and the toxicity of the fashion industry.

Data Instead of Guesswork: The Great Potential of Agricultural Monitoring

Using digital methods, researchers from Egypt have succeeded in calculating the soil quality of huge areas with 32 random samples. The project shows how important monitoring is for agriculture.

AI Startup Hortiya Learns the Language of Plants to Make Agriculture More Sustainable

AI start-up Hortiya wants to make agriculture more efficient and resistant to climate change by listening to plants.

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The Rise of Precision Agricultural Robots Paving the Way for Delicate Crop Handling

Modern agricultural robots pick even delicate fruits such as strawberries or tomatoes. They are could be set to solve several big problems in agriculture.

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This Clever Online Tool Helps German Speakers to Join the Energy Transition

Although many people support the goals of an energy transition, only a few are involved in projects and initiatives. The "Energiewende-O-Mat" online tool aims to change this.

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EU Taxonomy: Europe Greenwashes Gas and Nuclear Energy – Now What?

Last week, the European Parliament decided that certain natural gas and nuclear projects will be eligible to receive loans and subsidies earmarked for a transition away from fossil fuels. What are the implications of this decision?

Will Small Personal Carbon Scrubbers Prove to be the Holy Grail of Carbon Capture Technology?

As carbon dioxide levels hit record highs, scientists and entrepreneurs around the world are devising new ways to “scrub” the atmosphere of CO2. For its part, California-based startup Holy Grail is developing cost-effective, simple carbon capture devices that can be deployed by small businesses, and maybe – one day – even individual consumers.