Shell and Akon unveil Africa’s first player- and solar-powered football pitch in Lagos, celebrating the potential of renewable energy.
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To help empower a small community in the heart of Rio de Janeiro we created the world’s first player-powered football pitch floodlights.
How do you create light from a pile of rocks? GravityLight is on a mission to bring a renewable source of light to those with no access to electricity.
Coffee that could also produce energy to help power the planet.
He may have an impressive collection of fast cars, but nothing in Jay Leno's legendary collection is more extreme than an Eco-marathon car.
Think of all that wasted energy from passing cars, then imagine what we could achieve if we captured it. Capture Mobility, one might say…
We’re creating advanced biofuels from the waste of non-edible crops, to fuel more journeys.
We’re making gas cool. Around 162oc below zero. That’s the temperature at which natural gas turns into a liquid, which in turn can be used to fuel ships, trucks, trains and other transport sectors.
National Geographic, in partnership with Shell, asked their Your Shot photo community to interpret different topics, all linking back to how we can #makethefuture.
Household air pollution from cooking kills over 4 million people every year. See how a simple idea could change that.