Water from Air Technology Zero Mass Water uses solar power to create free, collectible water from the air and a single system can produce enough drinking water for two or three people each day, even in desert conditions. By tapping…
Aleph Farms, an Israeli startup, is shaping the future of food by producing cell-grown, slaughter-free meat identical to traditional free-range meat.
Tiny home living promotes a simpler, less consuming lifestyle by forcing you to break away from excess consumption.
In this, an overview of the 5 most promising up and coming renewable energy sources are discussed. Within each of these 5 emerging sustainable technologies there are sub-technologies which still need developing that may not be mentioned.
Plastic pollution has reached nearly every corner of the globe and can be found on every beach in the world. Scientists have even discovered microplastics deep in the Arctic ice.
Synthetic fibers make up about 60% of all textiles used in the world, and pesticide-grown, water-intensive cotton makes up about 30% of all textiles, leaving only 10% for all other fibers.
In a year, one server produces more carbon dioxide than a car. In fact, each one of the millions of web hosting servers produces about 1400 pounds of carbon dioxide each year and the amount of servers we have is expected to keep growing!
Hyperaccumulators are plants that absorb and store extremely high concentrations of metals from soil and are capable of growing in soils too toxic for other plants. This makes hyperaccumulators a perfect option for cleaning contaminated soils through a process called phytoremediation