The ocean is a vast place for animals and dumping garbage, so what is one to do about the latter issue? Turn that plastic trash into a self-sustainable island!
Following up on a post we wrote a few days ago, we're keeping the focus on emergency solutions, in this case the device is something that is not only useful but convenient: the Retractable Mobile Solar Power System.
There are many companies offering a look at the future of electric-powered commuting, but the Zero XU street motorcycle is one of the few that delivers a practical option you can use today.
Even though the Tesla just made its way to Japan, the country is attempting to stir excitement around what some think may be Asia's version of the Tesla called the Tommykaira ZZ-EV Sport.
There's an old viaduct system in Italy — which is basically an elevated highway or railway — that officials there thought would cost too much to demolish to make it worth it. Instead, they put out a call on how to modernize it. One idea? Install dozens of wind turbines along its length.
At most public swimming pools the hottest bodies tend to lounge around on deck chairs sipping drinks. But one English town wants to heat their pool with some even hotter bodies, the dead ones next door at the local crematorium.
Can a motorbike be only powered by salt water? Japanese inventor, Masahide Ichikawa says he's invented a motorbike that isn't powered by gasoline or electricity, but by salt water.
Not content to simply deploy an endless series of next-gen robots and automated trains around, Japan is holding on to tradition with the introduction of electric-powered rickshaws.
Inhaling dirty smog, when all you want to do is cross the street, isn't pleasant. The Biolamp is a street lamp with a core focus of converting all that city smog into biofuel to power eco-friendly cars.
Well this is certainly an image that is going to stick with you all week: a train locomotive with a trunk-like hose coming out of it. Its purpose? To suck up trash along train tracks in India.