A new startup company called TechniSoil is repurposing plastic into cheap asphalt for roads.
Researchers in Australia have figured out a way to grow colored cotton, eliminating the need to use potentially toxic chemical dyes.
Apple and Microsoft have recently announced aggressive action against climate change.
The ride-hailing company Lyft announced last week that every vehicle on its platform will be electric by 2030.
Diageo, in collaboration with Unilever and PepsiCo, has created a whiskey bottle made entirely from sustainably sourced wood.
The solar farm will be the largest at an airport anywhere in the world with over 340,000 solar panels.
All of the cities’ operations including street lights, swimming pools, council buildings, and even the Sydney Town Hall, will run off entirely renewable sources.
One of the biggest challenges of renewable energies is finding ways to store the power for when we need it; this project aims to take that challenge head-on.
Earlier this month, researchers in Tel Aviv generated electricity out of thin air. The research is based on a natural phenomenon you’re probably familiar with; lightning.
This groundbreaking device, known as a “shadow-effect energy generator,” uses the contrast of light and dark to generate electricity.