If renters aren’t staying and landlords aren’t paying utility bills, who pays for home-energy improvements?
President Obama’s proposed high-speed train system will be replaced with a fleet of buses that will rocket along highways at speeds up to 165 mph (according to The Onion).
In China, peddlers who pedal sometimes improve poorly planned streets.
In Japan, the trend toward tiny homes is driven by harsh economic reality more than any desire to live “sustainably.” It’s a good example of how people can adapt to a world of diminishing resources — the same world we …
Everyone knows that weatherization is the super-duper-est economic policy ever. But forget policy for a moment. Let’s look at how it works out in the real world.