When it comes to the handling of fruit and vegetables, the food industry has long had to choose between plastic packaging and food waste - two of the major climate culprits of our time. Now the food tech companies are working hard to find better solutions.
New, healthier sugar means that we can continue to enjoy the excellent taste, without deteriorating our health.
There is enormous potential for global health in using CRISPR technology to edit DNA in fruits and vegetables. In the future, farmers can be paid more, while consumers can enjoy better and more nutritious products.
A factory in Denmark can replace nine percent of Danish cows. Milk and other dairy products can be produced in bioreactors by precision in the fermentation process. Foodtech companies all over the world are now working hard to create a future where cows become redundant.
3D printer technology is called additive manufacturing (AM) in the industry, and for the average person has ended up a bit in the shadow of other, more everyday innovations. But technology can revolutionize healthcare.
Big companies can really make a difference when they choose to. IKEA is investing heavily in sustainability to achieve the goal of becoming climate positive by 2030.
Everything needed for a solar revolution is already in place. That is the opinion of Harald Överholm, CEO of the Swedish company Alight, which has just launched Sweden's largest solar park.
The British company Hexr has developed a bicycle helmet that is 3D-printed completely according to your unique main measurements - also in a renewable material.
Can you be optimistic about the future despite everything we know about the ongoing climate change? Absolutely, say Christiana Figueres and Tom Rivett-Carnac. The duo was instrumental in stitching together the historic Paris Agreement in 2015.