December 2, 2011
In her recent article "Using Web2.0 tools for Environmental Activism", Global Voices Online writer Juliana Rotich looks at how environmental activists are taking advantage of modern Web tools to share information and raise funds.
BreezoMeter today announced its launch in nine additional countries around the world. The company will introduce its application program interface (API), which allows municipalities, smart cities and businesses to integrate dynamic air quality data into their existing systems and technologies.
In today's globalised world most products you see on the store shelf were probably made from parts sourced from all over the world. As we become more aware of the environmental impact of transporting these parts, it is important to have easily accessible information on how a final product comes together. Sourcemap is a project of the Media Lab at MIT, and it allows users to easily visualise what components go into a product, how they are shipped, and what the environmental impacts are.