The future of drinking water?

Imagine running a race and instead of being handed a water bottle, volunteers hand you a clear water bubble. Do you eat it, or drink it? Three design students from London first created a prototype of an edible water bottle in 2014 as an alternative to plastic bottles. Today the product is gaining traction, and its

What can blockchain do for the environment?

If blackchain is a word that is new to you, check out my previous reports here, here and here. “In a nutshell, blockchains — or “mutual distributed ledgers,” as they are sometimes called — are simply self-governing, tamper-free, online databases that nobody owns, yet everybody can trust,” says Alistair Dabbs over at Ensia. He recently shared how