sustainability

From the mag: how Liquid Telecom is building Africa’s digital future
A lot of organisations may talk about helping to deliver the digital future for Africa. But you’ll have a hard time finding one more fully dedicated to that mission than Africa’s own Liquid Telecom. Group Chief Operating Officer Ahmad Mokhles discusses how it’s achieving that, and what the implications for society – not only in Africa, but around the world – could be.
NAMA Women Advancement Establishment (NAMA) and the Women in Sustainability, Environment and Renewable Energy (WiSER) platform announce strategic partnership to collaborate on several programmes designed to position all women as drivers of change and innovation.
The cleaner, greener future of hybrid power for off-grid cellular sites
Joel Brunarie, telecom general manager for Saft’s TTG (Transportation, Telecom and Grid) division, explains how diesel generators and batteries can work together to provide cost-effective and reliable power supplies for remote base stations.
Sustainability, Sensus, and the value of teaming up for the greater good
Can telcos help save the planet? Yes - at least when they team up for projects such as smart water metering, says Sensus' Ian Sykes.
Coming to Mauritius: Smart cities
We're already checking flights to get to Cap Tamarin.
Can mobile technology solve our e-waste problem?
A new report claims mobile is one of the key technologies to tackle climate change. But is it already too late?
Inside Huawei's plans to make offshore oil platforms safer - and more sustainable
Huawei has unveiled new technology to make oil and gas platforms safer - and more environmentally-friendly. But will the industry catch on?
'Connected' aircraft could save airlines $15 billion per year
Aircraft connected to satellite communications have the potential to save airlines as much as US$15 billion per year, and cut 21.3 million tonnes of carbon emissions by 2035, according to new research from the London School of Economics.