Here’s a secret: You probably already are. But as we need to find ways to conserve water, treated wastewater may become a more obvious part of what we drink. The trick to making that work isn’t technological, it’s psychological.
It can be hard to jump-start your local artisanal sausage business, but a new San Francisco a pop-up restaurant is trying to bring others along with it, making its kitchen a food startup incubator where just-starting chefs can do their work.
The viral hit "Hot Cheetos and Takis," is the work of a Minneapolis after-school program that’s giving kids a musical path out of their bad neighborhood.
It’s no sunscreen pill, but these new bracelets could provide a simple early warning sign that you’ve been out in the sun too long. If your wristband is pink, so are you.
It’s not about checking out more books. An initiative is focusing on libraries around the world as centers of social and economic change, as well as centers to help the most disadvantaged citizens.
In this introduction to a new video series, watch Seventh Generation CEO Jeffrey Hollender, YouTube’s Hunter Walk, and others discuss how having a social mission has become a more and more integral part of running any business.
David Chancellor’s photography examines the competition between man and wildlife in Sub-Saharan Africa by focusing on one of the game’s most contentious players: the tourist trophy hunter.
The snack bar company Kind has spent years perfecting a system that gives its customers a chance to do good, and influence the direction of the company’s corporate philanthropy. In the process, they’ve created an army of loyal customers, and sales are booming.