A newly proposed Canadian terrorism bill is raising some eyebrows among environmental groups. A document entitled “Critical Infrastructure Intelligence Assessment,” that was obtained by Greenpeace, classifies anyone concerned about climate […]
Solar and wind installations were on the rise last year, thanks in part to the gradual introduction of the federal Clean Energy Plan, which was formal ...
This year at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, home robots are big, big news! One of the more advanced models presented was South Kore ...
The New York Times ran a front page story last year, “Better Colleges Fail to Lure Talented Poor: Qualified But Unaware”, based on research by Stanford and Harvard Universities that found that [...]
Many lawns throughout California are looking rather brown and patchy. The reason is simple. California is experiencing its worst drought in 100 years. Most of the state is categorized as [...]
GreenBiz’s VERGE Salon focused on next-gen buildings and cities How can technology transform buildings and cities into spaces that can adapt to societal, economic and climate shocks? How can data [...]
In case you live in a bubble and don’t know that California is in the third year of one of its worst droughts, driving through many towns in the state [...]
Guest Blog by Cheryl Heller, Founding Chair of SVA’s MFA program in Design for Social Innovation The most pressing challenge businesses face isn’t finding new opportunities for growth and market share; [...]
Businesses play a vital role in promoting global economic empowerment of women.To step up its efforts to highlight and promote women-owned businesses, Wal-Mart has become the first retailer to enter [...]