Which cities are pushing the envelope of technology, sustainability, and better living conditions?
When you don’t have to pay for extensive damages wrought by the extreme weather on our changing planet, you’re saving a lot.
What’s better than subjecting people to ads while they wait for their ride? Giving them some natural light to cheer up their dreary commute.
Is your city on a new list of metropolitan areas most likely to be affected by increasing natural disasters?
Shaun King, the founder of HopeMob, says that new avenues for generosity are changing how and when people donate time and money, moving away from giving to anonymous charities and toward giving directly to people in need.
The Biceberg takes your bike (and--even better--your helmet and a bag) on an elevator ride to a protected below-ground area. When you want it back, just swipe a card and it’s automatically elevated back up to you.
In this beautiful collection of interconnected terrariums--called Plant-In City--the garden meets the Internet.