Imagine if carbon wasn’t a formless gas, but rather a solid ball. We’d be forced to deal with our emissions problem much faster, because look at what would happen to New York as the carbon piled up.
Instead of pristine lands containing only animals, new efforts at preservation acknowledge that humans have been interacting with these ecosystems for generations--and enlists those humans to help keep them safe.
Is the one thing missing from your bike ride the sense that you are riding an animal rather than a machine? A new contraption from Trotify is just right for you.
Your next search on Bing might be powered by very natural gas.
Danielle Brigida has done wonders running the social media at the National Wildlife Federation, providing a model for how organizations can use new communications technology to inspire their supporters.
Blindness is a huge--but usually totally treatable--problem in the developing world, but many local health services don’t have the resources to combat it. The solution? Just fly in a high-tech eye hospital.
The world is going to be a very different place in 2030, and what makes a brand powerful will be entirely different. A design agency gave these three brands unasked-for makeovers so that they’ll be as powerful in the future as they are now.