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In the shadow of the big names, effective charities are setting a new standard for giving. This is what you need to know about giving to really make a difference.
Solar energy has proven itself to be an advanced renewable energy source which also functions great combined with other methods. Yet the reception has not been as positive as it deserves. Vincent Roose will help you make the most out of this bright energy's potential.
2021 is coming to an end. How has the year been? Some state that they've become more pessimistic, while others have become more optimistic. Warp wants to give even more people hope for the future and insights about all the great things that are happening. Read on to find out why.
It is easy to imagine that wildlife is in decline in Europe. But that picture does not match up to reality. On the contrary, many species are making a comeback. In several ways, this is good news. Maria Eriksson explains why.
If we are serious about tackling climate change, it is time to embrace transportation with a smaller footprint on the environment. Vincent Roose explains how flying with electricity is the next big leap in aviation.
Are we going to have better or worse health in the future? The short answer is, it depends. But we have a greater ability than ever to get healthier. Maria Eriksson gives you insights on how to live a longer, healthier life thanks to trends that stretch into the future.
People underestimate the potential of drone technology. Millions of vaccine doses and a thousands of coffee cups have already been delivered with drones. But more is to be expected, predicts Maria Eriksson.
The year is 2021 and of course, men and women are equally capable. Or are we? Women inventors and their innovations matter in more ways than you can imagine.
Call it the silver lining of the pandemic. The Covid-19 vaccine miracle just may be the beginning of the end for cancer, malaria, and other killer diseases, writes Ulrika Gerth.