Patagonia is going all in on a little-known farming technique its founder calls 'the number one thing humans can do to combat
Patagonia CEO Rose Marcario wants to change the way the world grows crops, and she's ready to take on any entrenched powers that would stand in the way. Marcario is one of Business Insider's "100 People
You don’t have to pay power bills any more and that puts a big smile on your face Martin Freney Kathy Menzel says she used to be completely oblivious to power bills, “just running along in the hamster
Eight years ago, NASA oceanographer Josh Willis strolled through the National Portrait Gallery in Washington, D.C. There, he spotted Elvis. At an exhibit displaying the destined King of Rock and Roll age
As plastics corporations ramp up production, they are also promoting a failing recycling system. Just 9% of plastics get recycled. Traditional plastics are made from extracted oil and gas, and they contribute
In a volatile world jolted by protest, revolt and environmental alarm, capitalism is showing signs of twitchiness. For decades, business has been all about maximising profits and keeping owners happy.
Building a little mental muscle could have a big impact on your life. If you want to lift heavier objects, you need more physical strength. Large biceps and a strong back will go a long way toward helping
(Bloomberg) –– Climate activists would be better off trying to save whales rather than planting trees if they had to choose between those options, according to a report published by the International Fund.
Every day that the EPA quietly ticks off another item, the social and financial consequences are being shifted from polluters to at-risk communities. Earlier this month, President Donald Trump’s Environmental
The world’s nations are on track to produce more than twice as much coal, oil and gas as can be burned in 2030 while restricting rise in the global temperature to 1.5C, analysis shows. The report is the
The one thing never to forget about global warming is that it’s a timed test. It’s ignoble and dangerous to delay progress on any important issue, of course – if, in 2020, America continues to ignore healthcare
The effects of climate change have become increasingly visible and pronounced in the last decade. Wildfire season is getting longer as rising temperatures dry out soil and vegetation. The oceans are also
The world’s people face “untold suffering due to the climate crisis” unless there are major transformations to global society, according to a stark warning from more than 11,000 scientists. “We declare
Even royals struggle to get the perfect Christmas card photo. In a new photo shared by the Danish royal family, Princess Isabella, the 12-year-old daughter of Crown Prince Frederick and his Australian
Over the past three months, though, we’ve learned a lot more about how fraught those visits can be. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky repeatedly made clear his desire for a meeting at the White House,
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Meet Belfast's Lenny White who visits care homes across Northern Ireland to cut the hair of men living with dementia. Plus, Action for Equality program in India is seeking to end violence against women by teaching men gender equality. And, a Colombian social enterprise is turning plastic into school buildings for children in the Ivory Coast.
I'm a reporter who writes for a living, but I've met my match with the Vintage Electric Roadster. Here's my attempt to explain this electric vehicle: It's an electric bicycle, but you don't have to actually
MANCHESTER, NH – It’s a line former vice president Joe Biden uses repeatedly on the campaign trail as he jabs at the man he hopes to replace in the White House, President Trump. But as the front-runner
Your new Windows laptop typically ships with an awful lot of bloatware you don’t need. Often, it’ll just slow down your computer a tad. But occasionally, a pre-installed piece of manufacturer cruft can
You can't please everyone. Ever. Absurdly Driven looks at the world of business with a skeptical eye and a firmly rooted tongue in cheek. The CFO might want one direction. The customers might want the
Native American activists: The fire at Notre Dame is devastating. So is the destruction of our sacred lands.
The devastating destruction of the Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris has fueled a wave of grief around the globe, but it’s also prompted discussion about tragedies that have long received far less attention:
Astronomers in Japan have discovered a 1.3-kilometer radius celestial body at the edge of the solar system that was previously unknown to science. One of perhaps billions of tiny objects predicted to for
What makes those departures particularly tricky isn’t just that those who left undercut the idea that the administration hasn’t hit any speed bumps. It’s also that, in at least a third of the cases, those