LG has announced that it plans to use 100% renewable energy by the year 2050. It builds on its earlier targets of reducing its production emissions by 50% by 2030 compared to 2017.
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Nokia has announced new climate targets which will see it reduce its carbon emissions by 50% by 2030 compared to 2019. It comes after it reached previously set targets 11 years ahead of schedule.
KaiOS Technologies has partnered up with Justdiggit, a Dutch foundation that focuses on fighting desertification, to help Tanzanian farmers preserve their livelihood against the climate change threat.
Amazon has announced that 20 more firms, including IBM, have signed up to its The Climate Pledge programme which encourages signatories to meet their net-zero goals by 2040 rather than 2050.
Nokia and Telefonica have conducted a study of the energy efficiency of 5G. They found that based on Telefonica's network, 5G was up to 90% more efficient than the older 4G network.
A new report published by UK MPs has suggested how the government could tackle the issue of electronic waste. It criticised online retailers like Amazon for not offering to collect e-waste.
Vodafone has announced that it plans to hit net zero carbon by the year 2040. Its Scope 1 & 2 emissions will reach net zero by 2030. The 2040 goal was set for 2050 but was brought forward.
Microsoft has announced that it will replenish more water than it uses by 2030. The firm is also committed to working with NGOs to help 1.5 million people gain access to clean water.
By 2030, Google has pledged to shift all its data centers and offices to renewable sources of energy under a plan dubbed "Stretch Goal". It will ditch oil and gas-based power completely.
Nokia has revealed that its liquid-cooled 5G base stations have managed to save Elisa, a Finnish operator, money on energy costs and even cut their carbon emissions by a massive 80%.
Google has stated that it will no longer provide AI tools to oil and gas firms which could facilitate in the discovery and extraction of natural resources which go on to cause global warming.
Ecosia has announced that it funded over 26,000 trees yesterday during its special event to help Australian wildlife recover from the recent bushfires that engulfed parts of the country for weeks.
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The search engine, Ecosia, which focuses on turning ad revenue into trees, has announced that it's tree counter was sped up recently thanks to the number of searches, by users, growing.
LG has pledged to go carbon neutral by the year 2030. The South Korean company plans to achieve this goal via a multifaceted approach of buying credits, and reducing its emissions in half.
On Saturday, the CEO of Apple delivered the inaugural speech to this years' graduating students at Tulane University in New Orleans. He spoke about several important topics, including climate change.
Astronomers have observed for the first time two supermassive black holes orbiting each other, a result 12 years in the making; new study reveals the damage caused by an increase of just 0.5°C.
Scientists revealed the first artificial photosynthesis triggered by blue light without rare materials and a new way to make bricks from Martian soil. Also, Cassini's Grand Finale has begun.
Google is putting its Go-winning digital mind at work, as DeepMind develops AI systems to cool down data centers. The new machine-learning system used 40% less energy than normal.
The French government says it will increase taxes on petrol in the wake of low oil prices, to help fund a project which will see 1,000 km of road be paved with solar panels.
British newspaper "The Guardian" has started a petition calling on the Gates Foundation to take its money, a reported one billion dollars, out of the fossil fuels industry.
Ikea has unveiled a cardboard digital camera, offering photography in a completely recyclable manner. The camera, known as the "Knappa", unfortunately won't be sold publicly.
An interesting article from the guardian, a UK newspaper, talks about a new government report that indicates the effects climate change could have on the UK's infrastructure - from rail services to telecommunications. Caroline Spelman, the...