Nikhil Arora and Alex Velez were just humble local mushroom farmers, until they realized that everyone liked to feel empowered about their own food. Now their garbage-powered mushroom growing kits are available around the country, and the pair are poised to create even more revolutions in home-grown produce.
The Mexican capital is long on rain but short on clean water. A new startup is using the water that comes from the sky to quench the thirst of the city’s poorest inhabitants.
It’s been almost 20 years since the Rwandan genocide, but its legacy still lives on in the parent-less children throughout the country.
We have incredibly accurate maps of almost every geological feature, but we often have no idea what kind of animals live where. An ambitious biological cartography project aims to change that.
It turns out, if the doctor gives you money when you get a clean bill of health, you work harder to be healthy.
A new promo video for Brammo shows that riding electric motorcycles can be just as rebellious and free-spirited as any gas-powered hog.
AT&T’s recent investment in educational games is just one example of how good things can happen when the boardroom and the classroom meet.
Or bookshelves. Or dog houses. Nissan Leaf is challenging people to decide what we should do with our old fossil fuel infrastructure once we go all electric. The options are amazing.