This is part of Pyongchang's goal to create a sustainable legacy for Gangwon Province and the Republic of Korea after the Olympic Games are completed.
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According to a new study by the Chinese Academy of Sciences, 2017 was the hottest year ever recorded for the world's oceans.
With better aesthetics, filament LEDs could help speed the switch from the 7 billion incandescent lamps still lighting the planet.
A pair of Indian entrepreneurs has developed an advanced integrated canopy system that not only offers shade and produces renewable electricity from the sun but goes a step farther and also collects and filters rainwater.
Almost 90% of the energy consumed by your washing machine is used to heat water. Switching to cold-water clothes washing gets clothes just as clean as hot water, while using less energy and money.
An Israeli company is working on a light-filtering paint that can help actively cool buildings using zero electricity.
Would you like to live with smart city technology? If so, what technology would you like to see implemented in your smart city?
A new method of harvesting energy from water evaporation could be comparable to that of wind and solar power and might one day have a big impact on solving our power problems.
A radiative cooling technology for air conditioning could help cut energy consumption – and carbon dioxide emissions – in new buildings by nearly 70 percent.
Solar Squared glass bricks are the latest solar power invention