A clever new idea could save renewable energy for when the wind is not blowing and the sun is not shining.
Farms that use dramatically less water and fertilizer can operate in the desert using a high tech film developed by a company based in Dubai.
Most carbon capture schemes are complex and expensive, but research on sea urchins has revealed a clean and cheap way to capture carbon and turn it into something useful.
People without access to dependable electricity often turn to dirty, even dangerous kerosene lanterns, so Panasonic is giving away 100,000 solar lanterns to communities in need.
The UK’s National Physical Laboratory has developed a printed circuit board made that comes apart in hot water.