Some brands are born good, other brands need to have goodness thrust upon them. How can companies tell the right stories to make them more values-driven--and more successful?
The park protects one of the continent’s last functioning ecosystems, but isn’t just about animals. It also features innovative programs to get locals involved in--and profiting from--helping with conservation.
The world’s oceans are a vast and complicated--but vital--part of the planet. Scientists are now working on a way to give us a simple indication of how healthy they are. The answer, sadly, may be: not so good.
The pay-what-you-want model has been gaining steam in the food world, but Karma Kitchen has been doing it for years. And people, it turns out, are happy to pay a lot.
A new startup is using the movement building strategies of online startups to get more money for cleantech investments.
Using a giant greenhouse on the roof of a Brooklyn warehouse, Gotham Greens grows a wide variety of lettuce, keeping locavore New Yorkers in low-food-mile lettuce and arugula even when it’s snowing.
Take all the crime data in a city, put it through PredPol’s system, and you will get a good idea of the places police should allocate their resources. It’s not quite Minority Report, but the results are impressive, especially for cash-strapped cities where police presence isn’t what it used to be.