What’s the best way to move a rhino? Helicopters, of course.
The AirDrop--winner of the 2011 James Dyson Award--makes irrigation possible in even the driest of climates by pulling water right out of thin air.
We’re not going to run out of coal, but the coal we’ve got is getting less and less powerful, and harder and harder to mine. And China wants everything that’s left.
Instead of algae or corn, a new attempt at workable biofuels comes from some of the most efficient power plants around: bacteria.
Stealth of Nations, a new book about the $10 trillion dollar black market around the world, argues that this "ingenuity economy" is what could save our monetary system.
Most city buses are now equipped with GPS, allowing for this beautiful rendering of the city’s bus routes and their speed. Which, it turns out, is not so speedy.
Like every company, NBC has a plan to be more sustainable. But as it’s annual Green Week--don’t groan--rolls around, the company is actually making major changes to the way it operates.