RENEWABLE ENERGY

Renewable energies are the future. Because the sustainable energy sources replace fossil fuels that threaten our resources. In contrast, they are more environmentally friendly and can regenerate on their own. You can find out here which brands rely on green energy and thus promote sustainability.

How sustainable urban development can promote urban resilience

Environmental pollution, scarcity of resources and social inequality - many challenges of the present as well as climate change are concentrated in cities - sustainable urban development counteracts this

News: #CelebrateChange in Berlin as part of the Greentech Festival

 Over 100 exhibitors presented their innovative and green inventions for a sustainable future as part of the Greentech Festival

Is the current NFT Art Boom bad for the Environment?

The hype about crypto art has triggered a climate controversy due to the supposedly high energy consumption - but there is hope for a green crypto development

These luxury e-cars will mark the new e-volution in 2021

These luxury electric cars set new standards in terms of design, technology and comfort - the best models in 2021

News: Denmark plans to build an island for the generation of green energy

Denmark is planning an artificial island to store wind energy in the North Sea. In this way, millions of European households may be supplied with electricity

What is photovoltaics? The modern energy solution simply explained

Photovoltaics is one of the most promising renewable energies of our time. Here is everything you need to know about it

Transform to Net Zero: How to make the economy climate neutral by 2050

Microsoft launches the Transfrom to Net Zero initiative for climate protection. Discover what that means and how companies can contribute

Cradle to Cradle founder Braungart on products without a guilty conscience

Cradle to Cradle calls for a revolutionary innovation in our products in terms of design, production, use and return. The result is a world without rubbish. Interview with Prof. Dr Michael Braungart

News: Pink snow causes researchers to worry about climate change

Pink snow in the northern Italian Alps. What sounds like a curiosity is fueling concerns about accelerated glacial melt

Corporate Social Responsibility: Top Sustainable Companies 2020

Again this year, companies worldwide were ranked in terms of their CSR. Denmark leads the field of sustainable business practices in the CSR Ranking 2020

Electromobility - quantum leap or hype?

A fictional dispute between our editors, in which two opposing points of view are prepared in an abstract and fact-based manner - pro and con

Corporate Social Responsibility - Top 100 Companies 2019

Corporate social responsibility is becoming more and more important and global corporations are focusing on sustainability. Reduction of CO2 emissions and waste, diversity and other sustainable aspects are the basis of the CSR assessment

Climate-friendly travel - offsetting the CO2 balance

Traveling is easier than ever before. Whether long-distance or luxury travel, it is important to choose the right means of transport, hotels or restaurants in order to compensate for the individual CO2 balance

The water guide - save water in the cycle of the earth

Wasting water is a major challenge in the age of climate change. In the water guide we show what that means and how you can easily save water in everyday life

Electromobility - A look behind the scenes

The market for electromobility has continued to grow rapidly, with around 3 million cars sold in 2020. But what are the drivers and how green are e-cars really?

Global warming and future targets

Climate-related risks depend on the speed of future warming. According to the IPCC, an increase to 2,0 degrees leads to significant changes

Sustainably strong: renewable energies

Renewable energies are energy sources that are regenerative and therefore practically inexhaustible. The reason for this is that they can renew themselves independently and relatively quickly. In contrast to fossil fuels such as oil, coal or gas, they do not access finite resources. This in turn makes them an efficient tool for sustainable energy policy. You can find the latest news on the subject here.


Energy for Future

The expansion and use of regenerative energy make a significant contribution to the social promotion of sustainability. Companies that integrate renewable energies such as wind or water power, solar and biomass as well as geothermal energy into their production processes can position themselves as advocates for the environment. In addition, more and more brands from the fashion, tech and interior industries are showing that the use of fossil fuels for the production of high-quality goods is no longer necessary. You can find out which companies and brands actually rely on green energy here. And so you can make conscious choices when it comes to product decisions.