For centuries, cities have been laboratories for new progressive ideas. Facing climate change, they can act like pioneers for a sustainable lifestyle.
Fog catchers have been providing water to people in dry, mountainous regions for decades. Due to climate change, more regions get drier, pushing the need for this technology.
New solar technologies promise a more sustainable way for water-starved communities to squeeze drinkable water out of the salty seas.
The way we’ve historically generated energy from water is not good for the environment. Here’s how that’s changing.
Recycling and refurbishment are still rare in Europe’s economies. Platforms like Refurbed offer a first contact to a more sustainable approach.
In the face of large-scale industrial water pollution, technologists are demonstrating the surprising value of wastewater.
Searching for smart and sustainable solutions, they show how to curb energy use, reduce carbon emissions and create more livable spaces.
As politicians stall when it comes to dealing with climate change on a national level, local data-based projects are trying to reduce carbon emissions on their own doorsteps
Violent rainstorms are already more frequent, and they will only get worse. Europe’s metropolises are working on ways to protect themselves.
Society is balking at the impact of our collective plastic footprint. But some alternatives are occurring.
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