Companies like Google, Square, and Mozilla are investing some of their wads of cash in impressive sustainable architecture to give them some extra cred when hiring employees who care about the environment.
Power-conducting films that could be stuck to any surface under the sun are coming. Will that get us the solar power we need?
A new concept ad for Tesla shows how the car maker could market its clean vehicles.
BizVizz is a new app that lets you snap a photo of a logo and find out everything--from tax rate to subsidies to profit margin--about the companies whose products you’re buying.
A dirty little secret of the NGO world is that funders and grant recipients sometimes silently conspire to agree on statistics that show a program “works,” without rigorous measurement, since both the funders and the recipients want to show results. But new attempts to actually measure results are changing that.
Telomeres are a part of your cells, and the simple question of how long they are might be a key to determining all sorts of health factors. It’s a controversial idea, but if true, could be a key to increasing our longevity and health.
A collection of ads from the guerrilla ocean protection group Sea Shepherd might make you a little squeamish, but they’ll force you to confront what’s going on in our oceans.