In 2014, the world’s best soccer players will be playing in a solar-powered, pollution-eating arena.
Old habits die hard. Visiting a gas station for $90 weekly fill-ups may be one of them. But new services are helping people dip their toes in the EV waters before taking the full no-gasoline plunge.
Just not in their water glasses--but everywhere else. The idea that we need to preserve every last drop of water is finally starting to catch on.
Alaska’s Bristol Bay--the source of most of the salmon you so love--is being targeted for use by oil and mining companies. What will that do to the fishing industry?
Microbes love to eat our nastiest by-products, like fat, oil, and grease. Instead of using caustic chemicals to clean up messes, why not just employ nature’s garbage men?
A website from Davis, California--updated by its citizens--has become a vital source of news and information about the city. Now that platform is expanding around the country.
The United States and Europe might dominate people’s perceptions of the world’s best nations right now, but a new crop of countries is on the rise.