From 1993 to 2012, global sea level went from adding 0.42 inches every decade to 1.22 inches — triple speed.
With all this investment in batteries, electric cars could be cheaper than their fossil-fueled counterparts by 2030.
“Right to repair” laws would help extend the lifespans of some of our most resource-intensive devices, but companies are fighting them.
The sculpture shows that we can “destroy the world, but also have the capacity to save it.”
This installation of “The Matrix” kind of sucks.
“I can’t say never, because never say never — but I doubt that we would ever make a direct investment with fossil fuels.”
That’s a first since the Industrial Revolution — and an indication of big changes for the better.
Urban policy professor Julian Agyeman says we need to rethink the idea of the “smart city.”
What would have been the state’s largest strip mine is a no-go.