The Smithsonian’s Wild project uses advanced automated cameras to capture images of animals in their natural habitats as they go about their day. It’s a much better kind of specimen than a dead, stuffed animal.
As part of a plan to get to 10% renewable energy, the West African nation is turning to one of its most problematic outputs: poop.
Because there are so many cows on the planet waiting to be eaten, all their burps add up to a lot of carbon emissions. But a new experiment is trying to figure out how to limit those emissions. All it takes is the cows swallowing a little Wi-Fi-enabled probe.
Bribr lets Russians log when and where they are asked to give bribes to government officials, in situations ranging from court cases to--no joke--kindergarten admissions.
The Memoto is a "lifelogging camera" designed to capture and then re-stream everything that happens to you. Does this mean the end of memory as we know it?
Created with industrial designers in mind, Energy Trumps is a set of informative cards to let them know exactly how much energy the products they’re making took to produce.
The government doesn’t have the best track record when investing directly in sustainable companies, but there is a lot it can do to create an environment conducive to real innovation. This is how it should do it in Obama’s second term.
What does it take to transform a neighborhood? Replace crime with local business. That’s what REV Birmingham and the Avondale Brewing company did in Birmingham, Alabama, and it’s working beautifully.