We brought together some of the most interesting urban thinkers to play the new version of the city planning game to see who would make the best fake metropolis. But building a sustainable city from the ground up is harder than it looks.
The ability to trade isn’t often thought of as a human right, but it’s vitally important. But by refusing to fix the planet, are we ending the possibility for trade in the future?
After the launch of the game Half the Sky, the journalist and his collaborator Sheryl WuDunn discussed the genesis of the project.
By connecting your new EV, solar panels, and smart appliances, new wired homes could drastically cut down on their energy bills. And it’s coming sooner than you think.
New research has found that addiction to junk food is like addiction to any other substance: Pregnant mothers who indulge can pass it on to their unborn children.
Meant to show the absurdity of digital rights management software that limits where and how often you can use digital content, this chair starts getting dangerous the more you use it.
Cree’s new light costs just $10, will last for years and lower your electricity bill, and is basically indistinguishable from your old, energy sucking bulbs.
The Soccket is designed to replace kerosene lights in the developing world by converting games to electricity. But maybe you want one, too?