Looking back on the extraordinary events of 2011, it's difficult to recall a more precarious time for the world's poorest people, but it's important also to acknowledge that great progress was made this year in galvanising international political will towards the elimination of global hunger.
At CES 2012, Wireless Glue Networks launched its second-generation in-home display called SmartLook. SmartLook provides direct wireless access to smart meters with real-time information and is The World’s First Refrigerator Magnet In-home Display,...
The Environmental Working Group says climate change activists should be concerned about proposed cuts to farm bill conservation programs, which would be the carbon-emissions equivalent of adding 2 million cars a year to America's roads.
Two years ago this Thursday, at least 150,000 people died one evening in Haiti. As a fraction of the national population, the U.S. equivalent would be the instant death of the entire state of South Carolina.
Acura unveiled three new vehicles at the North American International Auto Show, including a concept version of the ILX hybrid luxury compact sedan (which will offer Acura’s first production hybrid as a model version); the NSX Concept, which presages the direction for Acura’s next-generation supercar; and a prototype of the 2013 RDX crossover sport utility vehicle.
Over the years a slew of vehicles have fought for the title of "world's smallest car." The latest entrant on the scene is the Bajaj Auto's RE60, a new vehicle that fits four people and sports a 200cc, water-cooled, fuel-injected engine mounted in...
In down-and-out cities like Oakland, St. Louis, and Knoxville, there's more freedom to do your thing, and a hunger for fresh energy and ideas. That's why this writer went looking for a little bit of Cleveland on the West Coast.
In 1984, when a deadly cloud of chemical gas killed thousands of people in Bhopal India, a power movement was set in motion. Back then, Americans had little access to information about chemicals in their neighborhood. The spill in Bhopal along with another accident at a sister plant in West Virginia, awakened public interest in knowing more about potential hazards. Communities demanded information about toxic chemicals being released outside facilities, and it was in this environment that the Toxics Release Inventory (TRI) was created by the Emergency Planning and Community-Right-to-Know Act in 1986.
There is no magic bullet to solving the affordable housing problem, especially given how large the issue is. Efforts will be needed from governments, for-profit companies, NGOs and especially from the BoP members themselves. More than anything, time is needed (and a positive economic environment).
RCA, following Samsung and Vizio, is the latest gadget maker to get into LED lighting. That shift could make LEDs cheaper and speed home automation. Read this post by Martin LaMonica on CES 2012: Green Tech.
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