innovation

Climate Tech, Compassion, and the Innovation Crucible: Highlights of TE22

Our recent three-day excursion into the future of innovation at TE22 brought together concerns about democracy, a semi-obsession with global warming, confusion about the metaverse, and predictions of an AI/robotic society. But we found general...

Larry Brilliant at TE22: Global Warming Drives Health Threats

At Techonomy 22, noted philanthropist and public health expert pulled no punches as he weighed in on the Covid-19 response, the dangers of global warming, and more.

Yes, the World Needs Saving

It’s a challenging time to be an optimist. There are blights on our time. If we cannot turn ostensible optimism into action to address the world’s wrongs, we are failing our fellow humans, and ourselves.

Device Made for the Moon May Aid in Carbon Sequestration on Earth

A pocket-sized device intended for use on the Moon could soon play a key role in Japan’s ambitious plans to sequester carbon dioxide.

If Innovation Slows, The World Goes

Innovation Must Save the World. That is a key theme we think about constantly as we cap off Techonomy’s year of semi-post-pandemic re-immersion. Climate, innovation, development and equality all must be thought of in parallel.

5 Most Sustainable Startups 2022

It’s not just big corporations that are making a significant impact. Here are five startups raising the industry standard for sustainable solutions to our biggest problems.

Is it Ethical to Patent Emerging Climate Tech?

The U.S. is fast-tracking patent applications for climate tech. Is this a good move?

The Kyiv Tech Summit: Hacking for Ukraine

The hackathon will engage the blockchain community and others. Programmers, designers, and innovators aim to build tech to "make wartime life easier."

How a System-of-Systems Approach Can Help Fight Climate Change

If we are going to successfully transition to a low-carbon economy, organizations need to collaborate with a common purpose and in new ways across systems.

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