Companies leading the energy transition both mitigate risks and proactively create new value. Answering these four questions can set them up for success.
During the pandemic, business worked towards more sustainable, inclusive business models. Now, we need to apply the lessons learned to the climate crisis.
Cities have a major role to play in the race to reach net zero – and plans must include decarbonising existing infrastructure. Here's how they can do it.
The founder of Africa's largest computer science non-profit on bridging equity gaps, making change happen and how to mentor a new generation of leaders.
By 2030, nearly five billion of the world's 8.5 billion inhabitants will live in urban settings, with policymakers needing to make them as sustainable places as possible.
We already have the tools to tackle global emissions, but need to find the political will to rapidly deploy them across industry, government and finance.
ETH Zurich architects and engineers from the Block Research Group in collaboration with Zaha Hadid Architects 3D-printed an arched footbridge with fewer CO2 emissions.
While much has been written about innovation and business models, we don’t have a playbook for what lies upstream of innovation: imagination.
The remarkable structural properties of the Venus’ flower basket sponge could lead to advanced designs for buildings, bridges, vehicles, and aircraft.
Target True Zero is working to accelerate the deployment and scaling of zero emission aviation leveraging electric and hydrogen flight technologies.
The Boston Consulting Group (BCG) asked 1,600 global innovation professionals to rank the 50 most innovative companies in 2021 based on four ket metrics.
A sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) blending mandate in the European Union can help decarbonize the aviation sector. Here's how we can make it a success.
The housing deficit is expected to reach 1.6 billion people in 2025, with new and innovative technologies, like 3D printing arising to help tackle it.
Decarbonizing heavy industry is both a challenge and an enormous opportunity. It requires innovation in both technology and policy-making - here's how to do it.
Road crashes are the result of a systematic failure to sufficiently value safety as part of mobility.