Archive for December 2018
France’s Neoline is to set sail with wind-driven cargo ships
Winds of change are coming to the shipping industry, through an innovative French company.
Trees could soon serve as ‘green’ electricity generators
Researchers in Italy have managed to turn living plants into "green" power sources.
Can heat-resistant corals save the Great Barrier Reef?
Scientists in Australia are scattering 100,000 tiny larvae from heat-resistant corals across badly damaged parts of the Great Barrier Reef.
Kickstarter seeks to make crowdfunding sustainable
Can crowdfunding become more sustainable? A company thinks so.
European wheat lacks climate resilience
Wheat in Europe is ill equipped to handle increasingly erratic weather across much of the continent.
The use of baby gibbons as photo props causes outrage
Critically endangered "exotic" animals are routinely abused in gimmicky tourist traps in countries like Thailand.