In many cities, bike-sharing programs are mainly used by yuppies, hipsters, and tourists.
Trringo aims to make expensive equipment accessible to farmers in the Indian countryside.
Altamonte Springs, Florida, struggled for years to develop a transit system.
A community solar project in Seattle is powering the real sharing economy.
In the most recent installment of this series, Knausgaard briefly and grimly decries colonialism -- with some degrowth undertones.
The bike kitchen movement greases the gears of the real sharing economy.
Real sharing can help solve big problems like climate change. But we have to start small.
Riders love the convenience and availability of the swaggering, app-wielding, taxi-displacing car services. But they could turn us all into temps.
Uber and Lyft don't actually 'share' anything, rides or otherwise. The Associated Press suggests calling them "ride-hailing" or "ride-booking" services instead.