Green tech is already a massive industry and the gadgets are getting cleaner, trendier and smarter every year. Live Eco takes a look at some of the best eco gadgets to look out for this year:
After driving the Ford Ranger Wildtrak around for a week, it’s not hard to see why the Ford Ranger is South Africa’s no. 1 selling pickup.
Hemp has a myriad of uses from clothes, to medicine, to fabrics, to fuel and well, even cars. Introducing the world’s eco-friendliest hemp car, the Kestrel.
The web was abuzz yesterday with the launch of the new iPhone 6, but how eco is this new gadget from the world’s coolest tech company?
Good news for cyclists who resent carting around heavy U-locks or chains: A new bike design incorporates the lock into the bike itself. And its creators claim it’s the world’s first unstealable bike.
Apple recently announced an official ban of two toxins from its iPhone and iPad production lines, following a five-month-long “Bad Apple” campaign launched by China Labor Watch and Green America.
Americans waste up to 30 to 40 percent of food, an excess of up to $165 billion a year, according to the United States Department of Agriculture. Which is why a New York app developer is launching an app to help restaurants and grocery stores combat food waste by finding customers who might pay for discounted food before it’s thrown away.
Even though you recycle, do meat-free mondays and use reusable bags at the supermarket, you may not be as green as you think you are. Well now you can check with a new app developed to measure your carbon footprint.
It might seem that tomatoes and cars have nothing in common, but researchers at Ford Motor Company and H.J. Heinz Company see the possibility of an innovative union.
Launched at the buzzing 2013 Johannesburg International Motor Show (JIMS) in October, the all-electric, best-selling Nissan LEAF electric vehicle (EV) is already making in-roads in the South African motor industry.