Recife, Brazil, has taken a shockingly non-hysterical approach to reducing shark attacks. Fly fishers everywhere call it catch-and-release.
A free app traces cyclists’ routes as they ride onto a single map, intended to help city planners create new bike paths where they're needed most.
An industrial designer and artist dreams up a line of devices that could pull energy from the human body.
Reacting to an uptick in fatal great white shark attacks, the country’s Conservative Party has decided to kill any shark that comes anywhere near the beach.
The Better Life Index tells us about the keys to global happiness. Sort of.
As climate change makes coffee beans scarcer, some counterfeit producers are already stretching their supplies by adding unsavory fillers.
“I have no interest in ‘Green,’ ‘Eco,’ and ‘Environmentally Friendly,’" says Pritzker Architecture Prize winner Shigeru Ban. "I just hate wasting things.”
We kill 100 million sharks a year -- many of them just for their fins. If we keep this up, Shark Week is going to be just a whole lotta blue.
The famously cycle-friendly city has just outdone itself with a cool elevated roadway.