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Magnus Aschan

Magnus Aschan

Editor-in-Chief & Speaker at Warp Institute. I tell stories about how technology and science makes our world better.

Magnus Aschan 2 min read

🌎 A greener Earth mitigates surface warming

Increased vegetation growth during the past few decades, called "Greening Earth," has a strong cooling effect on the planet, according to a study published in Science Advances.

Magnus Aschan 4 min read

♻️ On the hunt for green hydrogen

Both companies and governments around the world are on the hunt for alternative energy sources, and ways to store energy, that reduce emissions. The green hydrogen gas is one of the hottest quarries.

Anna RennΓ©us GuthrieMagnus Aschan 7 min read

πŸ’‘6 things that give you an Edge to know about 2021

2021 is coming to an end. How has the year been? Some state that they've become more pessimistic, while others have become more optimistic. Warp wants to give even more people hope for the future and insights about all the great things that are happening. Read on to find out why.

Peter KjΓ€llkvistMagnus Aschan 9 min read

πŸŽ„ Christmas through the ages – A story about how things have gotten better

The ham and the pickled herring are on the table, and the bread is baked. Add to that Christmas beer, and Swedes would recognize it as a typical Christmas, regardless of whether you looked into a home this year, a hundred or two hundred years ago. So what has changed, and what has improved?

Magnus Aschan 4 min read

☁️ Cloud services more sustainable than local servers new report shows

European companies can become significantly more sustainable by closing their data centers and moving applications to public cloud services instead. This according to a new report by 451 Research.

Magnus Aschan 3 min read

πŸ’¬ Why we need a new kind of environmental movement

A new movement is needed for all of us who, on a scientific basis, take climate change very seriously but are tired of fear-mongering columns, shame, and doomsday prophecies.

Magnus Aschan 2 min read

πŸ’‘ This is what you need to know about AI development 2022

Artificial intelligence will affect humanity more than fire, electricity, and the internet says Google CEO Sundar Pichai. In 2022, AI will continue its journey towards becoming the most powerful technology ever invented. This is what you need to know.

Magnus Aschan 9 min read

πŸ’‘ Optimist's Edge: Can you tell the difference between computer graphics and reality?

Do you think you can tell the difference between computer graphics and reality? Our survey points to one answer, while reality points to another...

Magnus Aschan 1 min read

🏭 76% of all planned coal-fired power plants stopped since 2015

Since the Paris Agreement in 2015, 76 percent of all planned coal-fired power plants have been stopped, a recent report reveals.