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You’re a graduate engineer. You’ve been working on perovskite solar panels. Perovskite describes a class of crystalline compounds which are easy and cheap to make, and as a result they are promising candidate materials to form light-harvesting layers...
From monitoring air quality, through coastal zones and biodiversity, climate and weather patterns, all the way to soils and food security- satellites can see it all. 
This is a representative picture of the actual gadget Most batteries we use nowadays are based on cobalt. Tons of this mineral comes from the Democratic Republic of Congo, often from the...
How to save the high seas "Never has it been more important to understand how the natural world works, and how to help it ", famed nature documentarian David Attenborough says in Our...
Phones and tablets are our main computers these days. We rely on them. Manufacturers limit the device's performance once battery capacity has dropped below a certain threshold. And most of the time, people don't realize that.
A simple attitude towards improving your home energy efficiency is to start with simple and cheap actions. Believe it or not, simple solutions might generate a big impact on your water or...
A Dutchman proves that it is possible to travel the world in an electric vehicle. No more excuses. When talking about electric vehicles there are a number of cliche phrases that always pop up....
The indigenous tribe of Waorani, in the province of Pastaza in Ecuador, received court protection against oil exploration planned to take place in 180.000 hectares of ancestral Amazonian lands. The lands are protected by the constitution, even though subsurface resources...
April and May set a symbolic milestone in the transition to renewable energy sources in the USA, as the projections of the Institute of Energy Economics and Financial Analysis (IEFFA) show that renewables are expected to have higher contribution...
From The Decolonial Atlas A few days ago an interesting map was released by The Decolonial Atlas. The map shows the 100 companies (and their CEO names) responsible for more than 70% of...