Women are more likely than men to suffer from the effects of a changing climate. These leaders are leaning in to ensure that doesn’t happen.
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Meet 9 badass women fighting climate change in cities
Major automakers race to adapt to shared-car demand, startups compete for the smart mobility wave and data concerns speed up.
Clean transportation drives ahead with electric vehicles
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I’ve always wondered about alternative modes of transportation. If I can go on a road trip and don’t drive and maybe take a train and maybe have an adult beverage, I am going to choose that option. But a lot of times trains are more expensive than…
4 Creative Eco-friendly Transportation Options
Comments Off on Climate change is contributing to hunger; what we can do
Climate change and world hunger are each aggravated by the other. Conscientious food production choices that lead to sustainable cultivation are more important than ever.
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Climate change is contributing to hunger; what we can do
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Single women are more likely to recycle than single men, but couples are more likely to recycle than either separate group, according to the results of a new study conducted in the United Kingdom. The study was conducted by Understanding Society, a…
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Comments Off on Exploring Cities of the Future — and the Future of Cities
The annual Meeting of the Minds conference is focused on big challenges — like making cities smarter, more connected and more sustainable — but the minds at the meeting are more than up to the task.
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Exploring Cities of the Future — and the Future of Cities
Comments Off on Which Came First, The Bike Or The Bike Lane? (Video)
Image credit ::Modern Mechanix When Richard Masoner of Cyclelicious asked “What came first, the bikes, or the bike lanes? Do bike facilities encourage people to bike?
Which Came First, The Bike Or The Bike Lane? (Video)
Comments Off on Weekday Vegetarian: Caramelized Butternut Squash with Sage and Hazelnut Pesto
Photo: Kelly Rossiter Here is a great recipe to add to your repertoire. I made this for a dinner party, and in the last minute rush forgot to mix the squash with the pesto. Honestly, the caramelized squash itself was so delicious, nobody noticed the missing ingredient
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Weekday Vegetarian: Caramelized Butternut Squash with Sage and Hazelnut Pesto
Comments Off on End of Suburbia Director to Launch ResilientCITY – the Future of Our Cities (Video)
Image credit: Resilient Planet The End of Suburbia and its sequel, Escape from Suburbia, might just be the most influential documentaries within the environmental movement to be seen in recent years. True, they may not have achieved the mainstream success of An Inconvenient Truth , but I have met so many people whose worldview was profoundly shaken by film makers Gregory Greene and Barry Silverthorne and their uncom…
Comments Off on Tests Uncover Hidden Chemicals in Wallpaper, Flooring
Flooring products and wallpaper made with PVC are more likely than non-PVC products to contain lead, phthalates and other hazardous chemicals, according to tests by the Ecology Center.