Our economy is based on domination, not collaboration. If we’re going to stop burning through all our resources, that will need to change.
Our model for aid after earthquakes, floods, or other calamities is made for remote, rural areas. But most people live in cities, and we need to be prepared to care for them after disasters.
Hydrogen-powered cars aren’t taking off, but the gas is finding uses in larger municipal vehicles. In one Swiss city, a new street sweeper is now silent and emissions-free.
Developing countries don’t always have the infrastructure or resources to ensure their entire water supply is drinkable. One company is making it so they don’t have to.
Real organs are in short supply, so maybe this mechanical one (made with real human cells!) can help instead.
A new report details how and when the Internet giants are doing things like giving information to repressive governments or working with less-than-savory vendors. How scrupulous are our tech companies?
Using their massive set of food ratings, the Eatery app found that people consistently think the food they eat is healthier than it is.