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Three hundred schoolchildren from the greater Jakarta area sat on a red carpet covering the cavernous Soedjarwo auditorium—named to honour the country’s first forestry minister—at the Ministry of the Environment and Forestry in January this year.
Artificial intelligence (AI) continues to evolve exponentially. With environmental concerns ever more at the forefront, experts are turning to AI to find sustainable solutions. But the technology also presents risks.
WHILE concerns about climate change are being actively addressed through different ways including pushing for enforcement of conventions and international protocols, Zanzibar is recording success with its people gradually helping stop damaging the environment.
The Republic of Palau launches an innovative public-private partnership to bring renewable energy and resilient infrastructure to the island and coastal communities. President Tommy Remengesau and the Island Resilience Partnership will be showcasing the progress of its partners with an exhibition and Island Resilience Pavilion at EarthX, the world’s largest environmental expo. EarthX2019 will take place April 26-28, 2019, in Dallas, Texas.
The rapid rise of renewable energy is exposing the shortcomings in India’s current power transmission infrastructure. As they increasingly produce and distribute this new kind of power, government agencies and companies—and their infrastructure—are grappling with the technical difficulties this transition ensues. These include frequent switching between conventional and renewable energy and forecasting demand and supply. So a…
Google cofounder Larry Page backed another ‘flying car’ startup called BlackFly. Last month we reported that Google cofounder Larry Page has backed Flying car startup Kitty Hawk. Now, Page is backing another Canadian flying car startup named Opener. The startup came out of stealth mode on Thursday to reveal its electric flying vehicle BlackFly. BBC first broke the news yesterday. The new flying car will not require a pilot’s licence to operate has been unveiled in California. It can travel 25 miles at 62 mph. As of Septemeber 2017, Blackfly has flown 10,000 miles in test flights with 200-lb payload. Opener was founded in 2015 by Marcus Leng.
The Climate Group’s RE100 initiative with CDP has been recognized as one of seven leaders on UN Sustainable Development Goal 7, which targets access to affordable, reliable and sustainable energy for everyone.
The very first edition of Smart&Green on stage will take place in Berlin, 17-19 October. It will all start with a networking event on the 17th of October in a nice coworking space. On the 18th of October there will then be an all-day conference for startups, corporates and investors, and in the morning of the 19th an additional matchmaking session.
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