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Technology

Apple expected to unveil mixed-reality headset

The "Reality Pro," or so it is rumored to be named, could pit Apple against Meta in competition over technology where real and digital worlds meet.

Legal attack on EU calling nuclear power, gas ‘sustainable’

Environmental organizations are challenging the EU classifying nuclear power and gas as sustainable energy sources at the European Court of Justice. They say the green investment should not go to these industries.
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Environment

Eco Africa

This week on Eco Africa we will see how Guinea Conakry is safeguarding Western chimpanzees, how people in Nigeria are using boats to escape traffic, and how solar mini-grids are providing light to rural houses in Ghana.
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Environment

Eco India

Intensive farming has negative consequences for the climate, ranging from overfertilization of the soil to greenhouse emissions, and reduced biodiversity. So how can we advance regenerative farming?
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Climate Change Global Warming.

Germany sees record-breaking heat, drought, and sun in 2022

Scientists said Germany was an average of 1.7 degrees C warmer than when record-keeping began. They reiterated warnings that allowing climate change to continue unchecked would have devastating consequences.
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Environment

Eco Africa

On this week’s Eco Africa, we meet young dedicated eco-activists in Ivory Coast and find out how a German startup is producing chocolate without cocoa.
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Global Warming.

EU strikes key agreement to overhaul carbon market

The carbon market overhaul — one of the European Union’s main policy tools in the fight against global warming — will enable the bloc to do its part globally.
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Environment

Eco Africa

This week on Eco Africa we see why sand is a valuable resource that needs to be used more wisely, we meet the locals in Cameroon’s Ebo Forest who are protecting rare primates and we learn how to make pencils from old newspapers.
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Climate Change Global Warming.

Facing climate change, Canada’s Inuit living on thin ice

In northern Canada, the Inuit are using state-of-the-art technology to adapt to climate change. Electromagnetic sensors and real-time maps help Indigenous groups track changes in the increasingly thin ice sheet.