Vallejo, Calif.’s Anthony Cardenas is only the latest in a long line of civic hackers who love them some DIY crosswalks. City officials aren't so hot on the idea, however.
“There have to be females. It’s just that we can’t find them, and it’s very embarrassing.”
In NYC, a network of bike vending machines will provide round-the-clock access to tubes, patch kits, and other sundry bike necessities.
A brave company called Wrag Wrap is going to raid that pile of broken-down tents and transform the gleanings into reusable gift wrap.
When a reader frets about "going" outdoors, Umbra relieves the anxiety.
Drawn by a desire to feed the world, build community, and find a meaningful life, more and more women are cultivating careers in farming.
Green initiatives are ubiquitous at companies like IBM, Walmart, and Walt Disney. But corporations aren't meaningfully addressing the primary barrier to sustainability, climate change.
If we manage well, we can achieve a higher quality of life both individually and socially.
Some plants deal with extra moisture using a process that makes them look like they're wearing a jeweled tiara. Nature is so weird and pretty sometimes.