Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies have become one of the hottest industries in the global markets today, but do the little-known underlying environmental costs of producing them challenge the existence of the industry?
With water being a critical part of the beer making process, ABInBev takes charge of reducing its Water footprint in a changing world where water demand may soon overtake supply.
ThinkEco is a New York City based company in the Internet-of-Things (IoT) and energy spaces. They’ve created a piece of hardware called the “Modlet” which connects to their website and mobile apps, allowing customers to monitor their home appliances remotely. The software allows the user to view their personal electricity consumption, be able to control it, and consequently save energy. More importantly for the fiscally-motivated, it helps significantly reduce the customer’s electricity bill.
Embracing climate change effort by reducing our energy need altogether
Energy providers are in a position to have a major impact on the way we utilize electricity. One energy provider is taking all the right steps to ensure there is a brighter tomorrow.
Building materials for climate change adaptation, one cork at a time.
Leveraging science to deliver innovative solutions that meet the challenges of climate change.
How retailer Zara is working to offset the environmental impact of its popular and affordable fast-fashion designs.
The Cloud: High Growth, High Energy Usage When you stream video on Netflix or pin photos on Pinterest, you’re using infrastructure managed by Amazon Web Services (AWS), a suite of cloud computing services used by many of the biggest companies […]
Air traffic is forecasted to grow annually by 4,5% for the next 20 years. Fuel efficiency is supposed to improve 1,5% annually until 2020. How is Airbus reacting to foster growth and avoid the pressure of climate change?