Smartphones, smart watches, smart cars, smart grids – everything is smart nowadays, even water! Continue reading
Almedalen Week is one of Sweden’s most important political gatherings, a week filled with more than 3500 events and seminars. Sustainability was is one of the main focus areas for this year’s Almedalen.
Late 2012, the Whitaker Peace and Development Initiative (WPDI) founded the Youth Peacemaker Network (YPN) project in South Sudan. At the time, the country was in great need of community-building activities – a need that I would say is even greater today.
Technology has helped to empower and inform a generation of millennials. As a result, they are in a unique position to help meet some of the world’s most pressing challenges.
We recently visited the Hope North school to launch new technology, and plan future work to bring the benefits of Technology for Good to young victims of Uganda’s civil war.
How do we define the “Green City” and what role can ICT play in creating them? The New Cities Summit got me thinking about the opportunities – and the challenges – ICT faces in the context of new cities.
Ericsson’s Brent Carbno looks back at Ericsson Response’s work in the Philippines, as the mission to enable emergency communication comes to an end.
I am very happy and proud that once more, the EARTH project has been recognized for the ground-breaking work it did in the area of energy performance.
Fresh, friendly, courageous and innovative; my visit to Rwanda was inspiring and focused on two great initiatives; TechWomen and Connect to Learn.