With the help of digital tools, citizens can uncover environmental problems, collect important data and support protective measures. In this Special Feature, we explore the question: How can civic tech solutions advance climate protection?
To remedy urban issues data is needed. UrbanTide hopes to provide this to local councils and organisations in an easy to use AI package.
Could invisible radio frequencies be the future of the smart city Internet of Things revolution?
Microfinance can be a major boon to low-income and underserved households, but understanding its full impact is often difficult to gauge.
From September 31st to October 2nd, 2022, the Bits & Bäume Conference will take place in Berlin. RESET will take the stage to host an expert panel.
Software has become a key resource in our digital society. Free licences guarantee its long-term availability. Furthermore, the use of free software can also directly and indirectly conserve natural resources.
A US startup hopes its 'mircoballoon' platform can provide aerial photography to a new host of users, including charities, farmers and rescuers.
With citizen-owned digital tools, environmental data and government knowledge can become part of the common good and starting point for change.
What is civic tech and how can it facilitate political protest? Daniel Staemmler from Humboldt University Berlin answers these questions.
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.