Wings, an emerging robotics and AI startup developing autonomous businesses for all, today announced the release of Nectar, which brings a new category of Autonomous Sustainable Retail (ASR) to life. […]
These 3 energy storage technologies can help solve the challenge of moving to 100% renewable electricity
Kerry Rippy, National Renewable Energy Laboratory In recent decades, the cost of wind and solar power generation has dropped dramatically. This is one reason that the U.S. Department of Energy […]
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Hyzon Motors Inc. (NASDAQ: HYZN), a global manufacturer of hydrogen fuel cell-powered commercial vehicles, signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with RenewH2, a U.S.-based sustainable hydrogen production, liquefaction, distribution, and dispensing […]
A new documentary – Quantum Technology | Our Sustainable Future from The Quantum Daily, developed in partnership with Oxford Instruments Nanoscience – was released today with a call from industry experts to leverage the power […]
The man who found Titanic. That phrase may be why you opened this story, but there is so much more to Dr. Bob Ballard than simply that single fact. In […]
Right now, there are over seven billion people walking or crawling on the earth. Right now, North America ranks fifth in the world for population density behind Asia, Africa, Europe, […]
Every day we wake up, drink a cup of coffee, and get ready for work. Following are a handful of stories from around the tech world condensed to fit into […]
Sam Purkis, University of Miami The Chagos Archipelago is one of the most remote, seemingly idyllic places on Earth. Coconut-covered sandy beaches with incredible bird life rim tropical islands in […]
Brian Skerry couldn’t believe his eyes. And his are eyes that have spent 40 years shooting sea photography, and nearly a quarter-century filming and shooting for National Geographic. What developed […]
By BEAU PETERS Although many global citizens are just now recognizing the wonders of hemp, humans have a rich history of co-existence with the hemp plant. Researchers at MIT, in […]
Catching up with Bear Grylls is an exercise in itself. The host and star of the Disney +/NatGeo series Running Wild with Bear Grylls, and appointment adventure TV fixture for […]
In recent decades, there has been an increased emphasis on the importance of sustainability. The World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that 12.6 million people globally die from environmental health risks annually with the pollution crisis reaching dangerous levels, further showcasing the importance of taking immediate action before reaching the point of no return.
During the early stages of the COVID-19 pandemic, many people excitedly analyzed positive environmental changes caused by the lockdowns associated with it. For example, air and water quality improved due to decreases in car and boat traffic. Environmental conservationists wondered if the pandemic could signal a remarkable improvement in sustainability.
General Motors surprised some industry watchers by making one of its 20 upcoming electric vehicles a commercial van. In addition, the electric van will be the third in a series of new vehicles coming out of the repurposed Hamtramck (Detroit) plant.
According to a recent study, global emissions have dropped 17 percent over the coronavirus pandemic. However, emissions could bounce back as society opens back up.
The Burj Khalifa has been the tallest building on Earth since it was built in 2009, and now it is setting the standard when it comes to going green.
On this very unique and special Earth Day, Dr. Jane Goodall has some words of wisdom for us, on how to maintain hope and how we can make positive, lasting change.
We had the opportunity to sit down with Brian Skerry to discuss Born Wild, climate change, and the next generation of both humans and animals.
We’re kicking off this week with an interview with Dereck and Beverly Joubert, two National Geographic explorers who will be participating in National Geographic’s Earth Day event, Born Wild: The Next Generation.
Our team has been investigating some of the most intriguing ocean-based technologies being developed that intend to mitigate and prevent damage done by an overabundance of greenhouse gases. Here are a few of the standouts.
A group of 515 investors who manage assets totaling $35 trillion sent a stark message to organizations and governments worldwide: Do more to fight climate change by complying with the goals of the 2015 Paris Climate Accord “with utmost urgency,” according to a statement.
Not only can a home energy monitor help you save money you are spending on your bills, it will make your home more sustainable.
Drive along the I-10/I-17 corridor recently? You may have noticed that Tempe has risen high above the desert floor, a vital regional and national center for Fortune 500 companies, many forms of innovation, technology, and tourism.
A look into how major brands and famous personas are stepping up to create a sustainable future.
As we enter 2020, we look back at the sustainability efforts that defined the automotive industry and the rise of electric vehicles in 2019.
Forest management is a complex science. It requires advanced technology, collaboration, and an eye toward sustainability.
It’s no secret that electric vehicles have a number of environmental benefits; however, it’s important that we take a critical look at this technology, rather than blindly follow it as our environmental savior.
This company, backed by Bill Gates, is trying to remove as much CO2 from the atmosphere as possible in an attempt to stop climate change. Check out the video to learn more!
However, while we often look toward future technologies to assist in our sustainability efforts, the answer is often right in front of us: nature itself.
Administrators are increasing their efforts to create sustainable operations by adopting innovative techniques. Colleges are making the switch to environmentalism to preserve their efficiency without wasting resources.
In light of the U.S. officially pulling out of the Paris Accords, this year many brands have been stepping up to make moral and sustainability-focused statements.
We spoke with Alison Abbott to discover how she motivates her audience to live their lives in sustainable shades of green.
The most recent figures from the EPA show that Americans produce more than four pounds of trash per person per day.
Big tech companies are taking on more responsibility, improving corporate culture, and working to make their staff happier. Is your business up to the task?
Today, industry-leading companies like Amazon and Facebook formally list a bias for action as something they seek to foster in employees.
The benefits of the shift to LED lighting have been clear, at least in the case of Seattle’s T-Mobile Park, which worked with PlanLED on this transition.
From our food containers and cutlery to our bottles and grocery bags, we interact with plastic constantly on a daily basis.
Completely composed of plants, the Impossible Burger truly lives up to its name and even has the taste and texture of a typical beef burger.
Bear Grylls, the man who has entertained millions with his zest for adventure, gives us the animal’s perspective in his 2019 Nat Geo show, “Hostile Planet.”