Dell's sustainability goals are ambitious, including a promise to achieve net zero emissions by 2050. Our sustainability expert combs through its latest report to see how well it's doing right now.
Like so many products in Apple's portfolio, the Vision Pro is a dream device but a repair nightmare, writes Lee Grant
South Korea has a healthy obsession with measuring water quality. We spoke to Water Eyes, a company with the tech to do it in real-time.
At CES we spoke to David Woo from Green Project, who told us us how his company saves millions of ink cartridges from ending up in landfills every year.
It isn't glamorous, but robots with AI make recycling more effective, which means the end results are also more valuable. Lee Grant finds out how it works
Acer's Conscious Technology initiative could be the start of a true move from PC manufacturers to a greener future, which Lee Grant applauds. But he still has questions - and suggestions.
California’s SB244 Right to Repair Law can’t breathe new life into Windows 10, but Copilot just might
400 million PCs and laptops running Windows 10 could become e-waste by the end of 2025, but Microsoft's move to add Windows Copilot to the OS might signal a change in policy.
Oliver Franklin-Wallis, Wasteland author: “Our recycling system is broken, but that doesn’t mean we can’t fix it”
Our sustainability guru Lee Grant interviews Oliver Franklin-Wallis, author of Wasteland, to find out what we can all do to help the environment - and what we shouldn't do.
Gerson Barnett, Founder, Right Thing Media: “It’s not just about doing the ‘right thing’; it’s about showing everyone that you’re committed to being part of the solution to climate change”
We spoke to Gerson Barnett, Founder and Executive Director of Right Thing Media, a B Corp business that empowers brands, agencies and media partners to deliver on their ESG responsibilities through media and advertising.
Lee Grant isn't impressed by General Motors sinking $650 million into a new Lithium mine when it should be concentrating its wealth on extracting the Lithium sitting in old devices
By telling them exactly which uneaten foods are going in the bin, artificial intelligence is helping commercial kitchens save money and a precious resource.