TechnologyThis Smart Technology Makes It Easier For National Parks To Go Green

A recent report called Smart Parks suggests that connecting national parks with sensors and monitors will help offer useful, real-time communication to park visitors while helping park employees keep better track of things like waste management.

By Desiree Kaplan
5 days ago
TechnologyThe Surprising Way Drones Can Help Fight Climate Change

Drones can do everything from take beautiful photos to deliver your groceries. But their ability to thwart climate change may be the little gadgets' crown achievement.

By Emily Folk
5 days ago
TechnologyThis Company Wants To Use Elevated Pods Instead Of Cars And Subways

These carbon pods are a system of mass transit that could eliminate pollution and traffic, while saving any city that adopts them an enormous amount of money.

By Aimee Lutkin
5 days ago
NewsElon Musk Is Offering Free Rides In LA Tunnel In Just A Few Months

Over the next few months, Elon Musk and The Boring Company will be putting the finishing touches on their trial-run tunnel, offering free rides under their SpaceX headquarters. Their goal is to provide evidence that these efforts can fix congested traffic above ground.

By Brian Spaen
1 week ago
Renewables

How Solar Power Is Impacting Natural Disaster Relief

When natural disasters hit, quickly restoring power is immensely important—and is often very difficult. In some areas, solar power has presented itself as a solution to this persistent problem. 

By Tessa Love
2 weeks ago
Food

This App Reduces Food Waste By Getting Leftovers To Those In Need

Food waste is a serious issue when it comes to wasting energy and water. One woman took a simple idea for eliminating that waste by doing a world of good, then turned it into a booming business.

By Aimee Lutkin
2 weeks ago
Renewables

Belgium Officially Started Building Their Biggest Offshore Wind Farm Yet

Construction is finally underway for Belgium's massive 370-megawatt offshore wind farm. Nearly 15 miles off the coast, the 44 turbines expect to power 400,000 homes and should satisfy 10 percent of the country's needs by 2025.

By Brian Spaen
2 weeks ago
News

U.S. Invests $30 Million Into New Batteries That Hold Power For Days At A Time

Secretary of Energy Rick Perry announced that the DOE is investing $30 million over the next three years to improve energy storage for large-scale systems. They're looking for solutions in various technology that will last up to 100 hours.

By Brian Spaen
2 weeks ago