Climate change, environmental destruction, biodiversity loss – the challenges we face are huge. But despair isn’t a great source of motivation. Here we flip the narrative of typical climate change reporting to look at innovative solutions to today’s environmental challenges.
What if you could reduce your emissions and expenses and make new friends along the way? New ridesharing platforms make this possible.
Data centres consume huge amounts of energy – and generate plenty of heat in the process. In Sweden, thousands of households are already heated with server heat. Could this be a potential source of clean energy?
A new study has explored the feasibility of large scale overhead power line trucking.
With currently only 1 percent of clothes being recycled, the textile industry has a big waste problem. Here are the people stitching together a solution.
Mobility-as-a-Service describes a new concept for the mobility of the future. But a lot of work still needs to be done, particularly regarding how we use mobility data.
What does the future of our streets look like? That depends on whether we can part with our cars, thinks Katja Diehl.
It might be desirable to live in the leafy suburbs, but for urban dwellers, green spaces may be few and far between. Microalgae liquid trees might provide an alternative.
Forecasts have been pointing out for years that water scarcity will become a problem. Here's one start-up's smart solution.
Stadtnavi takes the residents of Herrenberg from A to B multimodally. In an interview, project manager Jana Zieger explains why the city chose an open-source approach.