Camille Charluet

Camille Charluet

Contributing Writer

Camille is a writer and third-year communication student from Melbourne, Australia. She has a keen passion for learning and writing about forward-thinking concepts that support sustainable development. She is particularly fascinated by the ways technology and nature are increasingly fusing and ultimately she wants to promote ideas that could strengthen the future of our planet.


Posts by Camille Charluet

Augmented Bodies 

This startup uses body heat to mine crypto

While many love to speculate about the sheer number of jobs that robots and artificial intelligence are going to replace in the near future, no one seems to be coming up with any solid alternatives. One forward-thinking Dutch startup, however, believes humans should start using their bodies to produce capital… but not in the way you’re imagining.

Hypernature 

Twittering Trees Talk Climate Change

How do trees feel? A team of scientists have developed a network of twittering trees to monitor their feelings and raise awareness over climate change.


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