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.
Scientists are trying to understand how and why the plant Duckweed grows so fast. Getting clues from the plant’s genes could help with both food scarcity and climate change.
Our move to renewable energy will make the world more peaceful. As countries become self-sufficient in energy, many incentives for conflict will diminish.
An AI-controlled drone with a grab arm should be able to fly around orchards and pick fruit around the clock during the harvest season.
ARC Marine has invented Reef Cubes - an artificial coral reef that protects and strengthens marine biodiversity while protecting offshore wind farms.
A prototype should show what is possible to do with a centimeter-sized micro-robot.
In October last year, the world's first hydrogen-powered double-decker buses arrived in Aberdeen, Scotland.
Scientists can turn plastic waste into hydrogen which is usable as a clean source of fuel. The procedure is quite easy - the scientists simply microwave the plastic.
A mixture of used mouthguards and residues of building materials can be used to build roads and then solve two garbage problems at once.
We need to remove as much as six gigatons of CO2 per year by 2030, and the goal of this competition is to find a scalable solution for that. We have the answer to why Musk choose XPRIZE for his $100 million prize, and the background of this organization that started with a prize about space.