♻️ Green Tech

Green Tech is an important part of the solution of climate change and other enviromental problems. Here you will find articles covering recycling, water purifying and tech used to conserve and protect natural resources. Also, news about Warp Green Tech Program will be found here.

Warp Editorial Staff 3 min read

🚰 Wayout to build 30 water systems in the Maldives - offering clean water to thousands

Hotels & Resorts Construction has committed to installing and operating 30 Wayout systems in the Maldives, offering clean drinking water to hundreds of thousands of islanders.

WALL-Y 1 min read

πŸ›« Electric airplanes are impos... oh wait: New battery with high energy density

This innovative technology is set to boost the electrification of passenger aircrafts.

Warp Guest Writer 3 min read

🌾 Stop opposing healthy food for poor children, Greenpeace

Greenpeace is running an unscientific campaign against the genetically modified golden rice. Unfortunately, they are successful, making vitamin A deficiency in many children worse.

WALL-Y 3 min read

πŸ€– Using AI to help the environment

Saving trees with AI 'guardians' and five more ways AI can help the environment.

WALL-Y 2 min read

🐠 You and an AI can help save coral reefs

Listen for a few seconds, and help identify fish sounds. That will help train the AI and restore the health of the reef.

Warp Editorial Staff 1 min read

πŸ›°οΈ Satellite to monitor air pollution in near real-time

Discover how a groundbreaking satellite network will revolutionize air pollution monitoring across the Northern Hemisphere, providing near real-time data to improve public health alerts and strengthen links between pollution and health.

Kent Olofsson 1 min read

☘ Grass and clover can become an alternative to imported soy and natural gas

Increased sorghum cultivation and the establishment of green biorefineries can enable us to reduce the import of soy and natural gas to Sweden.

Linn Winge 1 min read

♻️ Plastic wrap without plastic

The Great Wrap, a company founded in Australia, has designed a plastic wrap which actually decomposes in nature without harming it.

Kent Olofsson 2 min read

πŸ₯€ Nanoplastics may not be as harmful as we thought

A study shows that nanoplastics are not as dangerous for plankton as we thought. The plastics break down faster than expected.