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Make It Count is a series on environmental innovations and the math it takes to bring them to the masses. We’re uncovering world-changing technologies that will one day, in the near future, become truly inevitable and ubiquitous.
Cannabis was an ancient building material. Now it’s legal again - and coming to a home near you. More Info about Building homes with hemp
A greener future by 2035 is in arm's reach with this new tech decarbonizing the transportation industry. More Info about Artificial photosynthesis turns CO2 into sustainable fuel
Vertical farming is a radical new way to feed our growing population sustainably. But can it replace traditional farming? More Info about How vertical farming can save the planet and feed the world
By 2050 there will be more plastic than fish in the ocean. But biomaterials may be the solution. More Info about How biomaterials could save the planet
You could be flying electric by 2023. More Info about $25 flights and zero emissions: How electric planes could change air travel
The U.S. Energy Department estimates that tankless water heaters can be up to 34% more efficient than conventional storage water heaters - cutting your annual heating costs by 40%. More Info about The man hacking hot water to save the planet