A micro-factory that produces clear and clean water is the invention of Swedish impact startup Wayout. Together with Alfa Laval, they are now opening a showroom in Dubai.
Jonas Birgersson became an internet pioneer by promising and delivering all the internet you need for $20 a month. Now he believes that the same thing can be done with electricity. "For a low, fixed price, you have all the electricity you need."
Warp News got a peek behind the scenes when former President Barack Obama workshopped in Copenhagen, with young leaders from the Obama Foundation.
How can you know that the future is bright? Because there is no stronger force for improvement than people's ideas - and thanks to democracy and technology, we now have access to more ideas than ever before.
Jim O'Shaughnessy is a legendary investor on Wall Street. He shares what he thinks is the biggest opportunity for the future and explains how the world is going through a great reshuffle.
Wikipedia should not work. It should be better with experts writing an encyclopedia, instead of just anyone. Democracy should not work. Experts should make better decisions on the budget and legislation. But it does work. Why is that?
The US economy now consumes fewer resources than it used to, and not more. It seems the United States has reached Peak Stuff. This shows the power of digitalization, and shows that continued development is the path to an environmentally sustainable society.
One reason for the large predominance of negative news is that journalists often only investigate from one perspective: Too good to be true. Therefore, Warp News is launching a series of articles from the other perspective: Too bad to be true.
Warp Premium Supporters visited the hangar at the electric airline-company Heart Aerospace, and were told how they chose the boring path to success.