No major corporation can get by now without saying they’re doing good things for society, but how many of them actually do? Not that many.
The conventional wisdom is that economic growth and sound environmental policies can’t happen simultaneously. But we need only look south to see a model for having both.
Is the cost of Prozac getting you down? Well, it’s also available for real cheap (minus the cost of some lab equipment) at the corner store. Just put on your goggles and lab coat and get ready to create your own.
Depending on circumstances, we could be headed for either an amazing future where we’re printing food or a disaster where people are barely scraping by growing a few vegetables on their roofs. Here are four different scenarios about how we will be eating in a decade.
Beneath the concrete of modern Los Angeles lies an old natural landscape of rivers and marshes. A new park, dug out from the modern city, highlights the city the way nature intended.
Simply put: Banks make money when you don’t know what’s going on. But new innovations could make finances easier to manage, and help put an end to giant banks’ monopoly on American money.
So, you have a business idea that’s going to save a lot of people. That’s great. But to help anyone, first you have to find a way to pay for it.
Lots of projects appear to be doing good on the surface, but what is the best way to determine what is working and what isn’t?
Cities are the future, and innovations to make them better, smarter, and faster are happening every day. Take a beautiful tour of some of the most interesting urban projects and thinking going on today.