Tag Archives: Sustainability

Time to Discharge Electric Cars

Bidirectional charging Makes for a Greener Future

The city of Utrecht is determined to make the transition to clean energy as it aims to become the first bidirectionally powered region in the world. The ambition relies on the batteries of electric cars and their chargers to power homes and businesses in a region.  While most electric cars charge one way, some cars
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Cultured Meat: A Revolution in Our Food System

Once the pioneer of lab-grown meat, the Netherlands has since lost its head start in the field due to legal and cultural hurdles. However, in recent months, the Dutch House of Representatives passed a resolution to allow the tasting of cultured meat under controlled conditions, a mandatory measure to gain approval by the European Food Standards Authority
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Neom: A Utopian Clash between Tradition and Modernity

The shadow side to the utopian dream city Neom

“The Line”. What sounds like one of Netflix’s dystopian shows is actually a fully-fledged project of Saudi Arabia’s crown prince Mohammed bin Salman as part of the country’s “vision 2030” plan. “The Line” is the infrastructural city planning of the future metropole Neom, a modern ecotopia, promising harmony, sustainability, health and innovation all within an
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