German climate minister addresses the gigantic backlog in green electricity. The proportion must rise from 42% to 80% within eight years. He urges society to adopt a more cooperative attitude or else.
In the Amsterdam region, good results have been booked with the transition to raw materials. What can other regions, such as ENZuid, learn from this, according to Jacqueline Cramer?
Floating Students aims to solve the student housing shortage by converting decommissioned river barges into apartments.
In Belgium, the construction sector is rapidly becoming more sustainable through timber construction and green concrete. But this still comes with a few snags.
The Groningen-based company Mark Climate Technology develops sustainable and innovative ventilation, cooling and heating systems. Many units reuse up to 90% of the heat and operate on hydrogen.
Thawing permafrost is increasingly triggering rockfalls in high alpine regions. Settlements and housing are threatened. Early detection systems could reduce the potential danger.
Energy supplier Vattenfall and German manufacturer Schaeffler both have plans to generate electricity at sea for the production of green hydrogen.
If it were up to Folkert Huysinga, the government, healthcare sector and companies should commit to the sustainable production of medical resources in their own country.
Every day we put a start-up in the spotlight. Today it's Israeli Tarsier Pharma, which combats blindness caused by disease.
Your online shopping behavior is being tracked, but your grocery store is also observing what you buy with lasers, AI and other technology
Monika Meier follows the dream of her departed husband Richard and has made a success of posidonia oceanica as an insulation material. Corona has given the "Neptune balls" an extra impulse.
Tom van Aken, CEO of Avantium, recently saw his dream come true. A factory for the large-scale production of bioplastics is coming to Delfzijl, the Netherlands.
Scientists at Technion synthesized a crystal material able to self-heal.
Using a 24-hour hackathon, teams figured out how to get women and young people enthusiastic about careers in Health and High Tech.
CES has begun. The Netherlands is being represented there by fifty start-ups and twenty scale-ups. RanMarine is one of them.
Researchers at the Austrian University of Leoben have developed a novel silver ink for stretchables. The ink is exceptionally elastic and contains no toxic chemicals.
Daniela Arias and Alejandro Ortega want their start-up to make the staples of food production more sustainable by developing new sources of protein, such as insects.
Partly thanks to the sensors of Xpar Vision, glass jars can be made stronger and lighter. That is more sustainable and cheaper.
The Port of Rotterdam wants to speed up the use of shore-based power for seagoing vessels in order to further reduce CO2 emissions. Research is being carried out into how supply can be expanded.
Especially for these always rough New Year's Day, corona cartographer Jelmer Visser made a special edition showcasing his latest artworks.