Belgium is constantly exploring the boundaries of lowering carbon emissions, and the latest example of that is in Zelzate (East Flanders), where a sol
Nine entrepreneurs are launching “BeClimate Hub”, the first Belgian community of climate start-ups whose objective is to accelerate Belgium’s ecological transition by making young companies with this
Brussels start-up Resortecs offers an innovative solution for improving the recycling of textile products and meeting the environmental challenges of the fashion industry.
Cleverly placed sensors from Antwerp-based start-up CrowdScan monitor and analyse crowd density in real time in a fully GDPR-friendly and highly accurate manner.
In the near future, it will be possible to store carbon dioxide (CO2) captured in heavy industry by making it react with building brick components.
In Belgium, lime producers are looking for innovative ways to reduce their CO2 emissions and contribute to the fight against climate change and the goal of an emissions-neutral society by 2050.