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What the former CEO of Reddit learned from Silicon Valley about planting trees

Watch Tiffanys controversial ad About Love, starring Jay-Z and Beyonc

School shooting victims give a somber new meaning to Katy Perrys Teenage Dream

Delta variant vaccinated vs. unvaccinated: This new CDC chart shows how well COVID-19 vaccines work

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Biden is mandating COVID vaccinations for these types of federal employees

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The world is aiming for net-zero emissions by 2050. Its time to admit its not enough

How the U.S. kept hunger from skyrocketing during COVID: government aid and charity

This new mixed-income housing complex comes with its own farm

This giant wind turbine blade can be recycled

What the former CEO of Reddit learned from Silicon Valley about planting trees

Yishan Wong is now in the business of planting trees to try to stop climate change. He says that new tech wont solve the climate crisisbut old tech and scalability can.

The world is aiming for net-zero emissions by 2050. Its time to admit its not enough

Governments and businesses have settled on an easy-to-remember climate goal. But even if we achieve it, well still face climate disasters that could be prevented with bolder action.

How the U.S. kept hunger from skyrocketing during COVID: government aid and charity

The pandemic spurred a serious economic downturn, but stimulus checks, SNAP benefits, and food banks helped keep Americans fed.

This new mixed-income housing complex comes with its own farm

The 361-unit complex will also have enough land to produce 20,000 pounds of produce a year, available at a discount to residents.

This giant wind turbine blade can be recycled

Energy companies are trying to redesign wind energy so the giant components dont end up in landfills. Siemens Gamesas RecyclableBlade can be broken down into its raw materials at the end of its life.

Ikeas 8 principles for circular design show how to build a business based on reuse

From focusing on repairability to making items easier to take apart and then reassemble, heres how the furniture giant is rethinking its product line to eliminate waste.

How Bidens pick to head the ATF was derailed by intense opposition from gun rights groups

The ATF has been without a director for the last seven years. Now, that leader-less run will continue, after David Chipmans nomination was pulled due to opposition to his support of things like universal background checks.

Extreme heat is extremely bad for the economy

By 2050, the economic loss to the U.S. caused by heat could be in the vicinity of $500 billion.

Oil companies need to drastically cut production to meet climate goals

So far, they have given no indication that is part of their plans.

The first commercial carbon removal plant just opened in Iceland

Inside the Climeworks plant, CO2 from the atmosphere gets pumped underground and turned into stone. Its a major step for a technology that could be crucial to curbing climate change.

After wildfires can come thunderstorms and catastrophic flooding. Heres why

With less vegetation and dark soil that both repels water and absorbs energy from the sun, wildfire burn scars become susceptible to more disastrous weather.

This app lets hungry people secure their next meal with a text

Rather than waiting in line at a food bank, someone can just text the word HUNGRY to Bento, choose a nearby restaurant, and pick up a meal.

See how many people around the world are currently exposed to polluted air

A real-time air pollution exposure calculator, created by the UN Environment Programme and IQAir, shows just how many millions of people are breathing in dangerously polluted air.

The climate crisis is finding its way into more and more games: Can games help shift peoples perspectives?

This startup wants its reusable menstrual pad to be the last period product you ever need

LastObject makes reusable alternatives for single-use items like Q-tips and cotton rounds. Next up, its tackling the wasteful world of period products.

For many workers, raises today dont make up for years of wage stagnation

Even as retail and hospitality workers see pay hikes, theyre often not enough to offset rising prices and years of low pay.

Can teens get vaccinated without their parents consent? It depends on where they live

Anyone 12 and up is eligible for a COVID-19 vaccine, but whether or not a minor can choose to get the shot themselves depends on a state-by-state patchwork of widely varied rules.

Eviction moratorium? Landlords continue to find ways to kick renters out during the pandemic

While both the federal government and many states passed laws designed to prevent eviction for tenants who couldnt pay due to COVID-19, in practice, the protections have not been that strong.

A vital new study shows how well masks workand why we need better ones

The study comprised two parts: testing how to best promote mask-wearing, and quantifying the effectiveness of the usage.

In New Orleans, a solar microgrid is keeping lights on in this affordable apartment building

While the rest of the neighborhood is dark, the residents at the St. Peter Apartments still have power. Can it be a model for more resilient architecture?

What the former CEO of Reddit learned from Silicon Valley about planting trees

The world is aiming for net-zero emissions by 2050. Its time to admit its not enough

How the U.S. kept hunger from skyrocketing during COVID: government aid and charity

Watch Tiffanys controversial ad About Love, starring Jay-Z and Beyonc

School shooting victims give a somber new meaning to Katy Perrys Teenage Dream

Delta variant vaccinated vs. unvaccinated: This new CDC chart shows how well COVID-19 vaccines work

Zooms all-out blitz to become the king of hybrid work

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Fellow CEOs, here is why I recommend a vaccine mandate

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