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♻️ 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.

Linn Winge ♻️ Green Tech

🏗 Food scraps are turned into building material

Discarded fruit and vegetable scraps are turned into a building material stronger than concrete and it is even edible.

Elina Holmgren Tyskling ♻️ Green Tech

✈️United Airlines invests in electric aircraft

The Swedish electric aircraft manufacturer Heart Aerospace has attracted major investors and will soon have a plane ready for takeoff. United Airlines and Mesa Air Groupe have purchased 100 aircraft each.

Elina Holmgren Tyskling ♻️ Green Tech

💩 This toilet turns poop into energy

Have you ever seen your poop as something valuable that could generate power and even provide you with money? According to scientists in South Korea, this is could be the future.

Linn Winge 📈 Human Progress

📖 Human Progress for Beginners – an interview with Tony Morley

“Why grow up to be a researcher, engineer, doctor, architect, entrepreneur, or strive to make the world a better place if it's all for nothing?” Tony Morley disagrees with the gloomy predictions about the future and wrote the world's first children's book about human progress.

Linn Winge ♻️ Green Tech

♻️ Old wind turbine blades are getting new purposes

Old wind turbine blades are turned into bridges and are used to reinforce concrete.

Elina Holmgren Tyskling ♻️ Green Tech

♊ Victoria in Australia is getting a digital twin

Victoria state in Australia is building a digital twin. The twin will be a support in decision making as well as provide citizens with valuable information in real-time.

Linn Winge ♻️ Green Tech

🚏 Bee-friendly bus stops are making cities greener

This city in the UK is installing bee bus stops, making pollinators happy and the urban space greener.

Linn Winge ♻️ Green Tech

🌳 A tree with big potential

This tree could help create a biofuel revolution, power cars, feed people and restore degraded land.

Linn Winge ♻️ Green Tech

🏠 Houses in Nigeria are built from plastic bottles

In Nigeria, villages are building houses of old plastic bottles and the construction can withstand earthquakes.