Be techie and green! Speed’s Green Tech issue is teeming with sustainable technologies fit for your fast-paced lifestyle. We’ll let you in on the interesting revelations from cover girl Toni Gonzaga. The Fujifilm X100T, Canon EOS 7D Mark II, and Nikon D750 lead the coolest cameras from Photokina 2014, plus other devices for your arsenal. Or wood you rather take a break from all that aluminum and plastic with some wooden gadget alternatives? But before you spend some cash, read Speed’s reviews of the Apple iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, Motorola Moto X (2014), Xiaomi Redmi 1S, Mini Cooper S, and other hot devices in the market today. This being Speed’s Green Tech issue, check out the plethora of public e-vehicles rounding the streets of Metro Manila. See how Tacloban embraces nature as it kicks back with flying colors after the devastating Typhoon Yolanda. And in nearby Clark, Pampanga, a green city is poised to rise and ease the congested Metro. Green advocate Esperanza Garcia says there’s no time like the present to make a difference in the world while climate leader Rodne Galicha believes that technology should bring back the harmony between humanity and nature. Get some tips from IT Expert Val J. Gonzales on how to get 18kWh off your monthly electric bill. Learn how to reduce your electronic carbon footprint, go paperless in the office, and more. Join the green revolution! Grab a copy of Speed’s November issue at your favorite bookstore. Go without paper, download Speed’s digital edition from Zinio (bit.ly/SpeedZinio), Buqo (bit.ly/SpeedBuqo), or Magzter (bit.ly/SpeedMagzter). For more info, visit speed-mag.com or facebook.com/SpeedMagazinePH, follow @SpeedMagazine on Twitter and Instagram, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call (02) 374-6771 to 75.