One hundred million youth entering the African labor market will be unemployed by 2030 if current trends continue"> One hundred million youth entering the African labor market will be unemployed 2030
A $20 billion investment aims to supply electricity to Singapore from what will be, for the time being, the world’s largest solar farm: Sun Cable. Located in Australia and linked by a 3,800-kilometer cable,
As climate change accelerates, scientists are proposing ever more radical solutions. The latest? Use snow cannons to shoot ocean water onto the Antarctic ice sheet, so that it will re-freeze. Sea level
The new site can serve up to 1,500 customers per day. Tesla is opening a V3 Supercharger station right on the Las Vegas Strip. The automaker released a video today with more details about its newest charging
The French “In My Back Yard” project offers housing and community for refugees. On the other side, it gives people who want to help the refugee crisis something more concrete to do than simply give money.
A new center is using mapping and legal services to help establish that indigenous people are rightful owners of rainforests around the world, in turn protecting those forests so that they can keep sequestering
The startup hopes to cut travel times on regional routes in half and emissions by 80% while establishing industry-leading seat-mile costs. Airline passengers around the world could begin flying on hybrid
The Tesla CEO tweeted that he believes his solar battery technology, which already powers several small islands, could be used to help rebuild Puerto Rico’s power grid after the island was ravaged by Maria.
The social media giant will invest over a billion in the state, reports CNBC. Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe announced Facebook will invest $750 million to build a 970,000-square-foot data center in
A new charging system will let the cars serve as batteries for the grid–making you cash as they sit in your driveway. If you buy a Nissan Leaf in the U.K. in 2018, you probably won’t ever have to pay charge