The Hydrogen Economy seems to suddenly be everywhere in the climate fight. Let's have a quick look into what it's all about.
While I've definitely come across a multitude of news sources for what's happening in climate tech, I'm really keen to hear from you, the reader, where YOU get your climate tech news.
Running from Monday 21 June until Friday 2 July, CONNECT University Summer School 2021 | Digital for our Planet is a two-week online summer school that aims to share knowledge and information about the way climate change is interconnected with digital transformation.
A (very) brief overview of On Deck's 10-week Climate Tech Fellowship. Applications close on 20 June...
We've all read many articles on the carbon footprint of an item, a product, a technology or an industry. But how easy are these values to compare?
An overview of the Call for Code initiative, which invites interested developers and coders to create solutions that take on societal issues via open-source projects.
Looking into Capgemini's document entitled "Climate AI - How artificial intelligence can power your climate action strategy".
Covering a personal project by Asim Hussain, Green Cloud Advocacy Lead at Microsoft: The Principles of Green Software Engineering.
Examining NatureMetrics, whose team assists environmental managers by using DNA-based techniques to isolate species' signatures from water or sediment samples.
An overview of Wildlife Insights, "the largest and most diverse collection of camera trap images that is open to the public", using artificial intelligence models to identify varied species and generate automated statistics.