The Environmental Cost of Cryptocurrency + 3 Sustainable Solutions

Intengine's Writer Community

March 22, 2023

Cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin and Ethereum have become increasingly popular in recent years, with many individuals and businesses investing in these digital assets. But the rising popularity of crypto has led to concerns about the amount of energy it consumes since mining (i.e. producing and verifying) these assets requires significant computational power.


Which is the best electric scooter to buy in 2022

Intengine's Writer Community

January 1, 2022

Electric bikes and scooters make sense for short-distance travel. Using them is a great way to social distance while cutting down on carbon emissions, especially considering public transit systems can be difficult when trying to avoid isolation in your daily life!

A spoonful of sugar for long-lasting lithium–sulfur batteries

Sustainability Matters

September 13, 2021

Australian researchers say they have managed to stabilise lithium–sulfur battery technology, long touted as the basis for the next generation of batteries, by simply using a glucose-based additive on the positive electrode — a spoonful of sugar, if you will. In theory, lithium–sulfur batteries could store 2–5 times more energy than lithium-ion batteries of the same weight. The


Can you recycle a hard drive? Google is quietly trying to find out

Grist News

August 2, 2021

Rare earth magnet recycling is about so much more than sustainable data centers.

The US wants to make EV batteries without these foreign metals. Should it?

Grist News

June 30, 2021

Nickel and cobalt have precarious international supply chains, but eliminating them from batteries raises tough questions.

Your electric vehicle could become a mini power plant

Grist News

June 21, 2021

And that could make the electrical grid work better for everyone.

Think climate change isn’t ‘click-worthy’? These bots disagree.

Grist News

June 16, 2021

Two artists and their army of ad-clicking bots are taking a stand.

Electronic waste will go down because of COVID, but for all the wrong reasons

Grist News

June 15, 2021

"It is a reduction, though it is not good for the world."

Let’s Look at 6 Digital Transformation Trends for 2021

Umar Bajwa

May 24, 2021

2020 was a year like no other, setting in new challenges in the digital market. While some of these challenges were already featured in the market, they took a new shape that shook organizations to apathy. Consequently, there was a need to follow new digital transformation strategies to keep the businesses in tandem with the new challenges.


Inside Salesforce’s bold play for supply-chain leadership

GreenBiz Group

May 3, 2021

Last week, the cloud-based software company Salesforce notified its thousands of suppliers that it will include language in all future procurement contracts requiring them, among other things, to set science-based targets to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions. And it set financial penalties for those that don’t. It was an unprecedented and bold move that, if emulated by others and