A biodegradable battery for short-life electronics has been developed by researchers at the University of Illinois.
A new piece of in-car technology could see the rush to get through the green light become a thing of the past – and reduce carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions in the process.
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.
John Sweeney calls for new approaches to policy in postnormal times.
If we want to tackle waste, we have to “regulate the hell out of this whole under-performing mess” – says (a little bit of) Jonathon Porritt.
Duncan Jefferies reports on the final Challenge Workshop of CCE’s 11-week Recycling Challenge – and reveals the winning ideas.
A new partnership with Greenstone should make it easier for film and TV producers to calculate their impact.
Anna Simpson asks Jeremy Rifkin how an era of nearly free goods and services could lead to a more efficient global economy.
Jennifer Clark of Skanska asks whether innovative finance solutions can make ‘green’ part of our daily lives.
I pulled out the latest issue of Green Futures for a bit of light relief. It instantly lifted my mood as it reminded me just… how exciting sustainability issues can be.
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