You might think of the big game as a time of glut and excess, but it actually manages to drastically reduce our country’s power use for a few short hours on Sunday night.
Recycling isn’t just happening on Earth. The military has plans to do a lot with all the hardware we’ve thrown into space.
At his inauguration, Obama said that the U.S. must lead the way toward emissions reduction. Can we live up to that promise?
Rinkwatch measures whether the ice is thick enough to skate at outdoor skating rinks across the U.S. and Canada, and shows that rising temperatures may be making skating a thing of the past.
A new project lets anyone with an interest in space comb through photos taken of the surface of the red planet to help NASA figure out the geology and weather patterns without sending more really expensive rovers.
Cyclorodeo lets users upload helmet cam shots of their rides onto a Google Map, so you can see exactly what street conditions you might encounter.
Reboot is a design agency that focuses on service design in international development. In other words, fixing aid programs so that they provide enough aid to the people who need it.
We simply can’t solve the fundamental issues of the global economy without rethinking the entire underpinnings of our "take-make-dispose" model of consumption.