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The world's first recyclable wind turbine blade has been invented, making wind turbines fully recyclable for the first time.
How Iceland’s unique nature is making it a hotbed for green innovation
Author and futurist Tom Goodwin goes to Iceland to explore how new technologies, inspired and powered by nature, are helping make the world a better place.
Dutch students develop solar-powered camper to travel more sustainably
Students at the Eindhoven University of Technology in the Netherlands have developed a solar-powered camper that can travel up to 730 kilometres on self-generated electricity thanks to solar panels on its roof.
Are these AI robots going to replace farmers?
Farming with AI-powered robots could be the next big thing in sustainable food production and the idea already has Bill Gates' support.
Kuwait is transforming its ‘tyre graveyard’ into a new smart city
Kuwait has had a mounting problem with recycling its car tyres. Here’s how they plan on fixing it.
One of the world's largest floating solar farms opens in Singapore
After running out of space on land and rooftops, solar energy islands are being constructed around the city-state.
Going the extra mule: Animals help Italians collect their rubbish
The Italian town of Artena, about 30km from Rome, has found an effective and creative solution with no environmental impact to waste management: mules.
Lack of resources sees Singapore turn sewage into clean drinking water
Forget about the "yuck effect". This could be the solution to water crises in many parts of the world, including Singapore.
The Tokyo Olympics will merge ancient heritage with modern innovation
Japan is a country of two extremes. In the countryside, 285 kph bullet trains speed past cherry orchards which have barely changed for hundreds of years.
Are climate-friendly cooling chips the future of refrigeration?
A cooling tech firm in the US has just secured $50 million from Goldman Sachs in funding.
Mussels can eat microplastics for breakfast, lab experiment finds
A new project has found that mussels can turn microplastic particles into collectable waste.
Why food must be at the heart of environmental action before COP26
An expert in sustainable food futures explains why transforming agricultural systems will lead to a more resilient future for the planet.
This new ‘smart fabric’ can keep you cool during a heatwave
Tiny particles of reflective material could be used to manufacture clothing that keeps people comfortable in high temperatures.
European Inventor Award 2021: Celebrating 15 brilliant innovators
The European Inventor Awards 2021 celebrates the individuals and groups whose pioneering work provides answers to some of the biggest challenges of our times.
The €3 billion biochar industry is transforming green energy in Sweden
Sweden is the latest country to use biochar, generated from green waste, to power its homes.
Dutch ecologists invented a fish doorcam and it's got thousands hooked
Over 100,000 people rang the bell in just two months and people from all over the world tuned into the underwater livestream of the Dutch canal