At TEDxVancouver in November of last year, data artist and NYTLabs artist in residence Jer Thorpetalked about all matters relating to "data" and "history", meanwhile showcasing his impressive range of creative data visualization projects, that all combine qualities of science, art and design.Watch the movie.
Earlier this week we pointed to two federal nutrition programs that are in danger of being cut. If you want to learn more about U.S. nutrition programs — what they are, how they operate, and how they can be made...
B Lab, the nonprofit that certifies B Corporations--companies that meet strict legal accountability, environmental, and social performance standards--has only been around for half a decade. During that time, over 500 companies throughout the U.S.
Hong Kong has experienced its slowest decadal growth in at least 70 years, according to the results of the recently released 2011 census. Between 2001 and 2011, Hong Kong added only 5.4 percent to its population, a decline of more than two-thirds from its 1991-2001 rate. Hong Kong's slowest growth rate since 1921-1931 was between 1981 and 1991, when 13.8 percent was added to its population. In previous decades growth had been much greater (Figure 1).
While all communities are unique, few are exceptional in that they can't be compared and contrasted, and work in similar ways. I have argued DC is unique in one respect--because the entire world defines the city in terms of its being the national capital of the United States, it is consumed as part of the "National Experience."
Isn’t it great when a plan comes together? Schools across the nation are finding out that a good indoor air quality (IAQ) plan can make a big difference for a child’s education and health. As an asthmatic, I know firsthand the importance of creating a healthy indoor environment. As the schools coordinator for EPA Region 6, it’s great to see schools being proactive about addressing IAQ comprehensively and making students’ health a priority.
Earlier this week, the city council of El Paso, the nation’s 19th-largest city, unanimously adopted a detailed comprehensive plan built around the principles of smart growth and green development. With significant economic importance and a rich...
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