That doesn’t mean just putting in more windows. A new, super high-tech ceiling makes it seem as though workers are outside. And it’s having impressive results.
It’s not because large-scale farms are evil, per se, but the lack of crop diversity and farming knowledge that comes from massive farms of just a few crops could result in disastrous consequences.
When considering donations, people often make harsh assumptions about nonprofits that spend on marketing and overhead. But maybe those expenses means the organization is doing a good job?
While still in the experimental stage, a new kind of battery can run off of discarded paper, producing electricity with only a little water as a by-product. Forget recycling, soon you’ll power your home with yesterday’s news.
Instead of focusing on a moon-shot funded by the federal government, a look at America’s "energy innovation system" finds that a much more likely solution will come from marginal, local developments--and that’s where we should be investing.
It’s time for some intelligent design in our traffic management. A new device can change light times to make things safer for oncoming bikes, and more convenient for impatient drivers.