Judging on qualities like human talent, knowledge creation, technology, livability, and tolerance, a new report ranks the cities in Asia and Australia that are poised to make the biggest impact.
The company has often been charged with not having a strong enough concern for the environment, but it seems to be switching gears when it comes to its energy policy.
Cars account for almost a fifth of all of our emissions, so a drastic reduction is key. But it’s not enough to just make cars more efficient. It’s going to take some revolutionary thinking.
Dylan Ratigan abruptly left his gig as a host on MSNBC last summer. What’s he been doing? Working on a groundbreaking organic farm, training veterans.
Operating in the Lower East Side, miLES is trying to ignite the community by filling empty commercial space with interesting businesses and organizations on short-term leases while the landlords wait for the right long-term tenants.
It’s not just an abstract idea anymore. Doctors have made an estimate of how many people die each year from the direct health problems caused by drinking soda and other sweetened drinks. It’s a very large number.
A new app called Urban World beautifully projects how cities around the world are going to explode in growth and economic power by 2025.
Sadly, it’s just a concept. But this award-winning hotel design would pair travel with a robust introduction to local cuisines and farming.
In a world where everyone has a drone and might want to check up on you, this drone blinding system will alert you if someone is spying from the sky and make you invisible.