Our economic system could better serve people and the planet. These are the small pivots we can take to make it more equitable.
The City Protocol aims to codify exactly what makes a smart city, and say which cities are actually doing what it takes to earn the label.
At a Japanese pop-up store, you can get a perfectly lifelike rendering of yourself--in miniature.
At the PlayMaker school, don’t be surprised to find kids in a workshop or playing a game, just not in front of a chalkboard. It’s part of a new movement that is attempting to make education more fun--and work better.
A new online tool from the soda giant tells you precisely how much exercise or housework it will take to work off that sugary beverage you just drank. Get ready: You’re going to be vacuuming for a while.
Each Sea Chair is unique, with different looks depending on what kind of plastic was harvested each day.
Detroit Put-Put is working on installing a series of ironically themed holes (one involves a burned out car) in the area around Detroit’s train station. Can they cast the decline of the city in a new light?
The Times reporter helps direct our attention to some of the most dire situations in the world, and hopefully makes us all more willing to do something ourselves to help change it.