Technology that sustains the environment.
From renewable energy innovations to pollution solutions - smart green ideas are emerging now more than ever.
Singapore has signed an agreement to start testing self-driving buses in a small part of the city state. The green buses in action will be electric-hybrid vehicles, with the batteries to be charged flexibly.
Many in East Africa do not have access to electricity. But one company in Kenya is on the case with its cheap, easy-to-use biogas system that harvests the power of organic waste and dung.
In a DW interview, Iran's Vice President Masoumeh Ebtekar discussed issues including the Syrian war and women's rights in Iran. She also urged world powers to follow through with Iran's nuclear deal.
When consumers constantly upgrade to the latest smartphone, this carries a heavy environmental cost. Although recycling helps, the underlying problem is economic growth versus the environment. How can this be solved?
Technology giant Apple Inc. has been putting its production onto a green track, as recent actions show. But leading the tech market seems diametrically opposed to sustainability - until proven otherwise.
The carmaker, as well as the electric cars that it exclusively produces, have long occupied only a niche in the automotive market. But the carmaker aims to change this with the Model 3, its first mid-price offering.
There are no limits to the imagination at the Consumer Electronics Show, one of the world's largest gadgets fairs. Here are some of the most creative and interesting eco-friendly products set to take off this year.
Bacteria on the ISS? …WHO-study on meat… Post Polio Syndrome …Net neutrality in the EU … Green talents
A group of entrepreneurs in Amsterdam cleaned up a polluted shipyard, turning it into an innovative tech playground. They're experimenting with clean technologies and are using human feces as fertilizers.
Microsoft co-founder and billionaire philanthropist Bill Gates has said he plans to double his investment in wild-eyed yet potentially game-changing renewable energy projects - and has urged governments to do the same.
1. Tesla Model S (4.2 seconds 0-60 mph acceleration) | 2. Toyota RAV4 (7.0 sec.) | 3. BMW i3 (7.2 sec.) | 4. Chevrolet Spark (7.6 sec.) | 5. B-Class Electric Drive (7.9 sec.) | Source: Green Car Reports
Windmills, hydro-installations, solar cells…Who hasn't heard of them? Well, Dutch researchers are now exploring a largely untapped addition: blue energy - energy from combing salt water and fresh water.
A red phone box in London has had a make-over. It's now a green Solarbox: a free-to-use, solar-powered charging station for mobile phones and other devices.
Low participation has hampered the EU Green Party's experiment with e-voting. Critics say the process is a sham. Supporters counter that the progressive initiative just needs fine-tuning.
As the world's solar technology industry suffers more and more losses, some EU manufacturers are blaming Chinese companies. The latter reject the charges.
Carbon dioxide capture and storage is considered one of the key technologies to combat climate change. Germany’s recent decision to approve it has raised new concerns, while its future may depend more on EU-wide factors.
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