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"The climate movement isn't about individuals, it's about unity." - Interview With Senegalese Activist Maureen Damen

What's it like to be a Fridays for Future activist in a country where striking for the climate isn't really "a thing"? In this interview we talk to 16-year-old climate activist Maureen Damen about her experiences as an environmental activist and diversity advocate, and the optimism she feels about people coming together to fight for a common goal. Read on

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"It’s not about fighting for our future anymore, it’s about fighting for today." - Interview With Filipino Activist Mitzi Tan

The Philippines is one of the toughest countries to live in if you're an environmental activist. But that's not stopping the country's young people, who are demonstrating both on the streets and online and calling for immediate global action on climate change. Read on

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Interview: How Can We Make AI More Environmentally Friendly?

What potential does artificial intelligence have to help us protect the environment and tackle climate change? And with all the computing power it requires, how can we make artificial intelligence itself more environmentally friendly? What can companies, developers and governments do to ensure AI helps us protect - and not destroy - the environment? We put our questions to Stephan Richter from the Institute for Innovation and Technology. Read on

TIMES Pieces: LOCK8, the Easy Way to Share a Bike

In order to use a rented or shared bike, you have to register anew in every city and get acquainted with the system. It doesn’t have to be that way. LOCK8 has a vision, enabling every person to rent a bike easily anywhere in the world using one single app. We spoke to Philipp Mallmann, in charge of business development at LOCK8, about the potential of these digital locks. Read on