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Diversity in the tech community is a hot topic these days as several industry giants like Facebook, Twitter, and Google try to shed the unfavorable public perception of being a boys club. It’s no secret that Silicon Valley is made up predominately of straight, white, men. However, there are several tech companies who are aware of the lack of diversity and have made a commitment to undergo significant changes. These five strategies will help tech companies build more diverse, inclusive and resilient organizations.
Always wanted to win $20 million? Well, now’s your chance. Figure out how, and what to convert the world’s carbon emissions to, and you’ll have the attention of scientists all over the world. Oh, and you may just solve one of the biggest challenges yet facing our battle against climate change.
On October 1, TriplePundit, SAP, and our esteemed guest panel came together for a special Twitter chat about Africa and EU Code Week at #SAPYouthChat.
Today, TriplePundit, Novozymes, Four Twenty Seven and The Climate Reality Project came together at #NzymCOP21 for a special Twitter Chat about the case for responsible business and the importance of COP21. This chat coincided with Climate Week NYC.
There was a time when figuring out what Mother Nature had in store for us could be accessed from a book — or at least that’s what farmers figured. Today, with mounting climate change issues, the WX Shift website is the go-to source that not only pinpoints what your seasonal weather has been doing, but also highlights how local trends are helping to exacerbate global climate change.
Today, 1.2 billion people, or almost a fifth of the world’s population, live in areas of water scarcity, and, according to the U.N., this number will climb to almost 2 billion by 2025. The good news is that citizens, governments and businesses are waking up and acknowledging the importance of water stewardship.
Last year was a breakthrough year for solar in the Middle East with over 30 solar projects awarded – a ten-fold increase on 2013, according to the Middle East Solar Industry Association (MESIA). With this boon comes great opportunity for the region.
The Obama administration announced a new smart cities initiative that promises $160 million in federal grants to help cities find new solutions to timeless problems.
Best Buy is gambling that you’ll stay and shop after you drop off used electronics. But is the big-box retailer covering all the expenses while other companies reap the rewards?
The three Rs, reduce, reuse and recycle have become the mantra for the 21st century. But wearable tech, and the invention of components invisible to the naked eye, are shifting the way we think about our favorite gizmos and what we do with them when they have reached the end of life cycle.
Pico-solar lighting and solar home systems have proved themselves as revolutionary entry-level energy access technologies for low-income rural communities. These technologies have kick-started a base-of-the-pyramid push toward energy independence, and it is critical to continue this forward momentum in order to deliver a real long-term solution for rural energy and water access.