The English language version of RESET.org is looking for an editor and writer to join the team!
RESET was asked to present a talk on the many ways digital technologies can impact our environment.
You just arrived from Ukraine and are looking for a job in Berlin? We offer you the opportunity to work with us in the online editorial team.
There are only seven years left to curb the climate catastrophe. Seven valuable years to bring smart solutions forward. That's exactly what we're doing with RESET - and you can support us!
Satellites are powerful weapons in the fight against deforestation, overfishing and plastic waste. But there are downsides too, to the recent huge increase in the number of satellites orbiting the Earth. In RESET's upcoming event at the re:publica conference 2021, we'll be taking a closer look at projects using satellites for the good of the planet, and discussing a whole range of different solutions for sustainable space travel.
Climate change is the greatest threat of our time - but every day, new, innovative ideas for how to tackle it are emerging around the globe. At RESET.org, it's our job to discover them, spread the word about what a more sustainable world might look like, and inspire other changemakers to follow their lead. Become part of the solution by supporting us today!
The B.A.U.M. Environmental and Sustainability Award 2020 was awarded in Hamburg on September 25th. The award ceremony featured dedicated commitment to climate protection, an exploration of the potential of digitalisation for sustainability - and RESET founder Uta Mühleis.
Here at RESET, a look back is always a look forward. Here are our highlights of 2019.
Why is digitalisation important for sustainable development? How can I become a social entrepreneur or ecopreneur? How can we bridge the gap between the online and the real world? Uta Mühleis discussed all these things - and more - with the platform #tatenfuermorgen.