A number of innovative projects around the world are improving people's lives by replacing inefficient products with simple, effective technologies and services.
A new fuel production technique could allow ships to refuel at sea, provide natural gas and slow ocean acidification.
A stand-alone photovoltaic power container is being trialled in an Indonesian school prior to a potential wider rollout in off-grid areas.
This system combines solar photovoltaics, an underground Earth Energy Bank and a heat pump system for warmth all-year round.
Paul Valentin, International Director, Christian Aid, shares lessons in supporting enterprises that provide access to clean energy.
Sarah Butler-Sloss, Ashden’s Founder-Director, describes the difference volts make to women – and the difference women are making to the clean energy sector.
Jessica Cresswell explores the drivers and dynamics behind Brixton’s socially responsible energy cooperative, and talks to its founder, Agamemnon Otero.
Bupa makes a bold stand for investment in carbon reduction projects with a new dedicated fund.
Jonathon Porritt looks forward to Green Futures’ upcoming special edition ‘Where Science Meets Art’, which argues that innovation for a sustainable world can be significantly reinforced by science and the arts coming together.
Offshore wind farms and tidal lagoons may offer protection from the elements, as well as clean energy. Ibrahim Maiga reports.
I read Green Futures from cover to cover (which I rarely do with magazines these days). It’s so full of inspiration and really thought-provoking stuff.
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