A long-awaited software update from Tesla is due to be rolled out this week, adding elements of autonomy to its all-electric vehicles. Elon Musk has revealed that Tesla Version 7 software with Autopilot and a fresh new look for its user interface is set for a worldwide release this Thursday.
Demographers frequently remind us that the United States is a rapidly aging country. From 2010 to 2040, we expect that the age-65-and-over population will more than double in size, from about 40 to 82 million. More than one in five residents will be in their later years. Reflecting our higher life expectancy, over 55% of this older group will be at least in their mid-70s.
While these numbers result in lively debates on issues such as social security or health care spending, they less often provoke discussion on where our aging population should live and why their residential choices matter.
Among the devastating effects of the low pressure storm system that pummeled South Carolina over the weekend was the heavy damage the record-breaking rains caused to water transport and treatment infrastructure, and the release of a tide of contaminated stormwater.
Scientists are becoming increasingly concerned about the fate of the huge boreal forest that spans from Scandinavia to northern Canada. Unprecedented warming in the region is jeopardizing the future of a critical ecosystem that makes up nearly a third of the earth’s forest cover.
London's Bert and May Group recently launched a series of clever prefabricated box homes, which take as little as one day to set up. The fully-functional tiny dwellings boast a rustic appeal, eco-friendly materials, structural insulation and a green roof.
Whether retired Herefordshire farmer’s meal-time ritual or recent fashion among middle-class foodies, determining the provenance of our food carries a meaning and historic significance belied by family frivolity.
Guidance counselor Amy Moore, center, checked with principal Pam Smith about the size of pants for a student, who had a hole on her pants, at the teacher's lounge, which is used for a storage and a laundry room. The school collects donated clothes for needy students. Principal Pam Smith said, "We are the highest poverty school in the city of Bristol." Photo: Daniel Sangjib Min, Richmond Times-Dispatch.
An area about the size of Japan — roughly 140,000 square miles — has been purchased or leased by foreign entities for agricultural use during the last 15 years, according to a report by the Worldwatch Institute. An additional 58,000 square miles are under negotiation, the report found. “Land grabbing,” a term for the purchase or lease of agricultural land by foreign interests, has emerged as a threat to food security in several nations.
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