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Apple Inc captured headlines last week for declaring it would be carbon neutral by 2030. The effusive global press coverage rightly pointed out the level of ambition on display from the company in pledging to hit such a target by the end of this decade. But all the stories I read missed some key numbers published in Apple’s sustainability report that make the plan a lot more interesting.
The increasing use of artificial intelligence is going to extract a heavy price in power unless the chip industry steps up and heads that off, according to one of the industry’s biggest companies.
Tesco, in an agreement with Petronas and Nefin Group, plans to install solar panels on 15 of its stores across several states by October.
Global software giant Atlassian will build the world's tallest "hybrid timber" building for its new headquarters in Sydney, the company said on June 25.
Amazon on June 23 pledged to invest US$2bil (RM8.55bil) in projects aimed at combatting climate change, stepping up efforts to reduce the carbon footprint of the tech giant and others.
Passenger-packed pods speeding through vacuum tubes linking Amsterdam's Schiphol airport to European cities could prove a viable low-carbon alternative to short-haul flights, according to a study published on June 10.
Hydrogen has long been touted as a clean alternative to fossil fuels. Now, as major economies prepare green investments to kickstart growth, advocates spy a golden chance to drag the niche energy into the mainstream of a post-pandemic world.
Google and its parent company, Alphabet Inc, have long put themselves forward as leaders in renewable energy use. Last week, they took that a step further by announcing that they are now "working toward 24x7 clean energy everywhere we have datacentres”.
Global efforts to minimise the economic fallout from the coronavirus pandemic present an historic opportunity to scale up the technologies needed to speed a transition to cleaner energy.
In August 2019, the Arizona Municipal Water Users Association built a 16-foot pyramid of jugs in its main entrance in Phoenix. The goal was to show residents of this desert region how much water they each use a day — 120 gallons — and to encourage conservation.