We’re in 2021 and three-quarters of our energy is still coming from fossil fuels. Only 16% is coming from low-carbon sources, from which 11.4% are renewable (wind, solar, water), and 4.3% nuclear. We still have a long way to go

Through a selection of projects and research programs, the 2021 Architecture Biennale’s curator Hashim Sarkis invites the visitors to overview a series of answers to today’s environment, society and technology, and their future evolution. The visitors are involved in the

Oxford University, in collaboration with Global Accelerated Ventures (GAV) and the research commercialization arm of the university, Oxford University Innovation, are forming the Oxford GAV Conservation Venture Studio (OXGAV). OXGAV was designed with a very specific purpose: to vigorously help launch technological innovations that can

While emerging technology brings potential to revolutionize our food system; there are trade-offs that need to be acknowledged and addressed. New study finds emerging technologies for agriculture, however optimistic, all have some potential negative trade-offs. But we have methods, the science,

Electrical interconnectors could avoid more than 100 million tonnes of UK carbon emissions between now and 2030. Contributing in this respect is the National Grid’s IFA-2 interconnector. The recently powered-up IFA-2 is the product of a £700 million shared investment

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