Tech

3 Earth-Friendly Tech Advancements That Came From The Sky

Rendering of a GOES satellite that will help detect thunderstorms more quickly. Image credit: Lockheed Martin.
Scientists around the world are working hard to develop greener tech that can help mitigate environmental changes and protect those who may be vulnerable to extreme weather incidents.

AI Saves Canada’s Salmon

Salmon, an important part of Canada’s marine system and food supply, migrate upstream every year in the western province of British Columbia (BC). And every year First Nations groups manually count and monitor the number of fish that pass through—sometimes covering areas larger than the state of Connecticut with just a handful of people.

MRV and Land Regeneration: Where We’ve Been and Where We’re Going

MRV (Measurement, Reporting, and Verification) is essential for large-scale, long-term land regeneration. But few know what it is, how it works, or why we need it. That needs to change.

How the World’s Whitest Paint Cools Buildings Without Air Conditioning

Sometimes, the simplest solutions are the best for improving the planet. An example of this scenario is the recent creation of the world's whitest paint by scientists at Purdue University.

Two Crypto Projects Funding Regeneration

When you imagine regenerative agriculture, cryptocurrencies* (called crypto for short) and blockchain technology probably aren’t the first things that come to mind.

How Advanced Tech Can Partner With Nature For An Abundant Future

Drone flies near a forest in Greece. Photo by Jason Blackeye
People can use technology to build a brighter future, but there are a few things we’ll need to collectively consider in order for advanced tech to be truly beneficial.

Bringing Biodiversity Back With 3D-Printing

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What if we could just print the solution to ecosystem strength and biodiversity? That’s exactly what the team at Urban Reef is attempting to do!