We Don’t Have Time is a social network for everyone who wants to be a part of the solution to the climate crisis. The power of many enables the network to influence businesses, politicians and world leaders.
The developers hope to make the city one of the world’s largest-scale testing grounds for zero-emission technologies. If the initiative works as proposed, Gothenburg Green City Zone will implement 100% emission-free transport modes by 2030.
Felix, a Swedish food brand, has opened a climate-conscious store that will guide buyers to make informed decisions when purchasing food items. In the newly opened store, items are priced based on their carbon footprint.
The Oceanbird is capable of transporting up to 7,000 cars at an average speed of 10 knots on a North Atlantic crossing. It’s four colossal 80-meter (260-ft) high extendable wing sails promise to reduce emissions by as much as 90 percent.
The furniture company is now hoping to convince more customers to choose a plant-based, carbon-friendly version of its iconic meatball. In August, it will launch a new “plant ball” in European stores. US stores will follow in September.
The Text For Humanity switchboard was originally launched in January to combat online negativity and promote the sharing of positive messages between strangers. To date, more than 83,000 messages of positivity have been exchanged across 85 countries.