Some foods are just too good not to share, which is one reason to think about policies for food sharing. A more sobering reason is that close to 15 percent of households in the U.S. have been identified as food insecure. Food sharing is a joy and a necessity, and it’s also just a practical and obvious thing to do.
IBM's 5 in 5 predictions say harvesting energy from human motion will power homes and ocean power will leap ahead but even dramatic advances will still fill only a portion of our energy needs. Read this blog post by Martin LaMonica on Green Tech.
car2go, the largest carsharing network in Austin, Texas, has completed its two-year car2go North America Pilot Program with the City of Austin. Under a newly signed agreement with the City of Austin’s Car-Share program, car2go will continue operations in Austin.
Steve Sexton's Freakonomics article sets forth three flawed arguments against local food growing systems, including the idea that local food is too expensive, it won't solve the hunger problem, and the economies of scale make it an expensive...
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