Two photo projects--by photographers Andrew Moore and Camilo José Vergara--show the urban ruin of the Detroit we all imagine, but also the work spirit of reinvention of the people who actually live there.
An ambitious company is attempting to use thermal cameras attached to cars to capture images of how every building in America is wasting energy.
What’s a person to do if you want a project done in your neighborhood that the city simply can’t afford? A new crowdfunding platform lets people pay for their own civic improvements.
You don’t even have to get wet. Instead of spending all your time online refreshing gossip sites, take a few minutes to help scientists complete a massive study of sea life by trawling through pictures of the seafloor and tagging all the animals you see.
Through new partnerships with major companies, the formerly tiny Carrotmob is now aiming to use consumers’ buying power to shape global supply chains.
You can get a Coke just about everywhere in the world, even places where you can’t get medicine. So ColaLife thought: "Let’s just send the medicine with the Coke."
The information in this hand graphic makes it clear that spending money on bike infrastructure can have far-reaching positive economic impacts.
Girls Who Code takes New Yorkers who might otherwise not think that math and science and computers are for them and gives them the know-how and desire to compete for high-tech jobs.