Reading Time: 4 minutes Is there a way to get good health care at a low cost? These people think so—and they’re leading the way in innovation.
Reading Time: 2 minutes What can we learn from the Chinese? Plenty. Check out what they’re doing with high-speed rail.
Reading Time: < 1 minute Friends don’t let friends continue to believe there’s no climate change when they could simply show them Chasing Ice. This is not only the most powerful visual evidence of global catastrophe, it’s also one of the most disarmingly beautiful and riveting films you may ever see. Here’s a preview: opens around the US in November.
Reading Time: < 1 minute We all know that the health care situation in America cannot continue as is. It is totally untenable. To get the discussion started about concrete steps we can take, as a society and as individuals, there’s the new documentary Escape Fire: The Fight to Rescue American Healthcare.
Reading Time: 2 minutes How we can learn from leaves: Artificial photosynthesis could be the key to unlocking the sun’s full energy potential.
Reading Time: < 1 minute Cannabis from a juicer might just save lives—so why are doctors so scared to talk about it?
Reading Time: < 1 minute Need some motivation to get moving? Watch this time-lapse of a 30-story building that came together in just 360 hours. And it’s even super-earthquake resistant. Sorry, Charlie….Made in China. And they did this instead of watching pro sports all day.
Reading Time: < 1 minute WhoWhatWhy’s Karen Charman speaks with KGO San Francisco radio host Pat Thurston about Karen’s article updating us on the Fukushima disaster (Saturday, January 21, 2012)
Reading Time: 7 minutes If you thought you didn’t need to pay attention any more to the Fukushima nuclear disaster, well, you’d be wrong. The Japanese government isn’t necessarily taking the right steps. Karen Charman explains.
Reading Time: < 1 minute Video explains how the answer to some of the world’s biggest problems can be found in the smallest of places.