As bases close around the country, a new competition asks whether we can do something interesting--and important--with all the land.
When almost all companies are baking some sort of "doing good" into their business models, how do you measure the impact of the innovations?
A tree isn’t just an aesthetic improvement to a city. The services it provides--in terms of cleaning the air, managing water, and more--are incredibly valuable. An innovative new solution makes the process easier, and might result in more foliage-friendly urban environments.
In fact, there is poison in a lot of stuff you rub all over yourself every day, from shampoo to deodorant to, yes, lipstick. This infographic lays out some of the dangers lurking in the drugstore.
The Defender is meant to solve the age-old problem of wanting to ride with lights but not wanting to shell out cash for something that will be snatched off your bike in seconds. It simply can’t be removed by anyone but you once it’s installed.
Despite what appears to be a dismal outlook, global happiness is actually on the rise. But some countries are clearly happier than others? Where are people the most satisfied? Not necessarily where you would think.