Smart farming in Bangladesh: Digital technology is starting to change how farming is done. Many farmers use mobile apps for advice on solving problems, like treating diseased plants.
Google has announced it will invest $10 billion over the next five to seven years to accelerate India's transition to a digital economy. India is expected to hit 650 million internet users this year.
This week on Eco Africa we take a closer look at how digitalization has changed how we live and interact with the environment: everything from ordering food online to apps that show hidden ingredients in products.
Boosting farming sustainability, cutting waste and harnessing renewable energy – technology is helping make life greener in Africa. Here are six ways digital advances are helping the environment across the continent.
Bangladesh is one of the world's impoverished nations. Yet, its economy has been growing rapidly over the past few years, thanks in no small part to its massive textile exports. But risks are looming on the horizon.
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