Like water from a faulty tap, power leaks from all electronic devices – whether in use or not. The fact is a portion of our energy bill goes down the
The world’s biggest wind-turbine maker – Denmark’s Vestas – may be about to find help from Japan.
Its share price rocketed up on Tuesday in
Meet the author of a work about staving off our own extinction: Jeremy Rifkin, who advises the European Commission. He is an American economist
The Boutique Hotel Stadthalle in the Austrian capital, Vienna has invested in sustainable resources and saving energy. It has taken advantage of an
In this edition of U-talk Fabián, in Spain, asks: “In a world whose economic model is based on oil consumption, do you as a European ecologist think
Scientists are putting the finishing touches to a new way of harvesting electricity from light.
Paul Rebhan, the Global Business Development
In Europe at least 20 percent of our food ends up as waste.
While new zero-food waste policies are on their way, researchers are imagining ways
“How is Singapore planning for sustainability? We discuss the issue of energy in the cities of tomorrow with Ms Fun Siew Leng, Group Director for
Today we headed to the north of Singapore to see some sustainable housing projects- so far north in fact that our mobile phones told us “Welcome to
Energy. It is generated, consumed, and expelled. Our cities have a constant appetite for it.
So how could that kind of consumption of power and
How Germany gets it power is about to radically change. The Berlin government’s recent decision to unplug all nuclear power stations is creating a
Solar panels are becoming an increasingly cheap and efficient way to produce electricity.
At a research centre near Frankfurt, scientists are