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Freshwater is becoming increasingly scarce and some farms are looking for alternatives.
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By ‘catching’ the earth’s heat at night, Australian researchers have taken a major step towards nighttime solar power.
World's first net-zero transatlantic flight could be just months away
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‘Lego blocks’ of solar energy could power all homes by 2030
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Major solar breakthrough means energy can be stored for up to 18 years
The future of solar has just got brighter with this ‘ultra-thin’ device for converting stored energy into electricity.
'Night solar panels' that work in the dark could be just as productive
The special solar cells work the same as their daytime counterparts - but in reverse.
Why I swapped my iPhone for a €600 ethical Fairphone
The Fairphone is top of the ethical phone table according to Ethical Consumer, but it’s also a beautiful bit of technology.
How Russia's invasion of Ukraine means more expensive EVs
The cost of EVs has long been cited as a reason why more people haven't yet switched from polluting petrol and diesel cars to electric.
New €6 million project in Istanbul is turning algae into bio-jet fuel
The 2,500-square metre facility will be able to process approximately 1,200 tons of wet algae mass per year.
Drones are planting thousands of sunflowers on this modern farm
The experiment is now in full bloom, drawing in tourists from all over and teaching them about modern, less invasive farming practices.
Wooden batteries are hitting the market
The future of the world’s batteries could be hiding among our trees.
This 1989 news clip shows what we thought homes would look like by now
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Six eco-friendly home gadgets that will save you money
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How to avoid the greenwash trap in 2022 – 5 tips for businesses
"Glossing over these issues with a neatly packaged sustainability marketing campaign threatens the future of our planet."
Your Christmas 2021 guide to tech gifts that help the circular economy
Looking to buy your loved ones some tech gifts this Christmas? Here's some ideas that support the circular economy.
From his basement in Jordan, this man travels the world in his cockpit
Ladies and gentlemen, this is your captain speaking. Welcome to Malhas Airlines, non-stop from the basement….to the basement.
Electric automaker Fisker reveals the 'world’s most sustainable car'
The American electric carmaker has given a sneak peek of its Fisker Ocean all-electric SUV, complete with vegan interior.
Renewable energy will never be 100% green, says expert
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5 reasons why you should listen out for ‘nature tech’ at COP26
Nature4Climate director Lucy Almond explains why bringing together natural and technological solutions to the climate crisis is key.
Why is Europe leading the climate tech startup race?
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How and why hospital surgery is contributing to the climate emergency
Most surgeons are not even aware of the scale of surgical practice’s carbon footprint, despite it being hefty.
Pay for your drinks with old iPhones at this unique London pub
This International E-waste Day, pub-goers can get rewarded for the unwanted tech in their drawers at home.
Can these Google tools help users take more eco-friendly decisions?
New features announced by Google on Wednesday look to reduce our carbon footprint by changing our daily choices. But will they work?