Clean Cooking in the Developing World, ENGIE’s Recipe for a Sustainable Future
Nothing illustrates the complexity — and high stakes — of reconciling economics and ecology like food. While some areas of the world may spend massive amounts of money to develop products touted as environmentally friendly, others are forced to scramble just to find the ingredients and tools needed to make a decent meal.Ca m'intéresse
Electro-Active at CES 2019: Creating sustainable pathways for clean energy...
Electro-Active Technologies is an American company specialized in the integration of biology, electrochemistry and engineering. They were part of the ENGIE & Partners booth at CES 2019, with NREL, the U.S. Department of Energy’s primary national laboratory for renewable energy and energy efficiency research.We asked Abhijeet P. Borole, co-founder, a few questions about the company and their main takeaways from...Ca m'intéresse
Ever Smarter: Japan’s Woven City, Barcelona’s Super Block, Kenya’s...
All around the world, the notion of the “smart city” is being both expanded and refined. From carless superblocks to a city being built by a car company, it’s clear that the coming decade will take the integration of technology and services to another level — where, hopefully, the design of urban spaces will put citizens first. Here is a world tour of some of the most interesting smart city projects:Ca m'intéresse
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