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.
A rechargeable battery made from crab shell and zinc could make wind and solar power greener. Parts that cannot be recycled after the battery's lifetime can instead be put on the compost.
New Japanese study shows that pre-treatment of soil with ethanol gives plants very effective protection against drought. The method is relatively cheap and can be used to help plants survive future dry periods.
Abandoned oil wells can emit large amounts of methane and now US authorities are investing billions in securing the wells to stop the emissions.
A unique material can target two toxic, heavy metal pollutants for simultaneous removal. These toxins are chromium and arsenic.
In California, a pilot project is being launched to cover the irrigation canals in solar panels in order to fight drought.
Researchers from the University of Cambridge have designed lightweight and flexible devices that can use solar technology to convert light into fuel. Now, there is a possibility for cargo ships to one day be powered by “artificial leaves” floating out at sea.
A new wind farm can generate enough energy to supply an entire city with electricity.
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.