Just because a house is pre-fabricated doesn’t mean it’s always easy to move. But Connect Homes’ innovation is to make them fit in shipping containers, so high-end green design can end up anywhere on the planet.
A world powered by wind sounds super clear, until you start having to replace football-field-sized turbine blades. But what if they were made of something easy to recycle, like plants?
Don’t have the money to make a fundraising pitch for yourself? You can tailor this open-source one to your own needs.
As the self-tracking movement becomes more and more mainstream, people are going to want to be able to find out data about their lives without wearing a clunky rubber bracelet.
Flying planes high above the hurricane-damaged communities in New York and New Jersey, aerial photo company Pictometry is using these photos to give valuable information to first responders, repair crews, and homeowners.
Solar leasing--where you don’t own your own panels, you just buy the power from them--has been very hot. But a new startup called Kiwi wants to you to own your own solar power, and is making that easier with convenience, cost, and design.
It’s not an ad for anything. It’s just a little nature to brighten the cityscape.
Getting a job after prison can be nearly impossible. A new site called Collaborative Benefit hopes to make it easier to connect people coming out of jail with potential employers.