Industrial accidents? Air pollution?Actionable change is already occurring on the business application side of the IoT. Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. The Internet of Things
Indoor farming is a trendy startup space, but many of those ventures have recently failed. Plenty thinks its technology, model, and timing mean it’s the place that will finally turn greens into green.
Photographer: David Ryder/Bloomberg Strolling through the bustling construction zone of Amazon’s urban campus in Seattle, you instantly recognize the charm offensive the company has aimed at its hometown.
Thanks to $2 million from the State Coastal Conservatory State officials have greenlit giving the city of Los Angeles $2 million to plan for the future Taylor Yard River Park on the Los Angeles River.
Meet The Man Who Built A Nightclub Into His Beverly Hills Mansion To Make LA Nightlife More Exciting
Eccentric Los Angeles nightlife fixture James Goldstein was tired of his home city lagging behind other world-class cities’ club scenes. But he had two things that could help: a Beverly Hills mansion to
Why do some intersections have such high pedestrian injury rates? It’s not all about the number of cars. In 2011, there were 15 injury-causing crashes at Seventh Avenue and West 23rd Street in New York
Leaders like Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg believe the nascent technology, known as augmented reality, could eventually replace all screens, including TVs. They say that when you can display virtually onto
How much energy we use, what kind, and how much is wasted. Spring brings new growth, new possibilities, and, best of all, a new spaghetti diagram from Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) at Department
They are not just the places where the most ambitious and talented people want to be—they are where such people feel they need to be. In the fall of 2013, in a hotel suite overlooking New York City’s Square,
Throughout China, there are hundreds of cities that have almost everything one needs for a modern, urban lifestyle: high-rise apartment complexes, developed waterfronts, skyscrapers, and even public art.
Cities pledge to double down on climate action in response to an executive order signed by President Donald Trump In an executive order signed yesterday, President Donald Trump proposed sweeping changes
Solar power in California started setting production records on February 24th – production peaks have continued to occur since then. On Thursday of last week renewables broke 56% of total demand. This
Smart cities are slow and wildly expensive to design. Sidewalk Labs wants to change that. When Alphabet announced it would get into the business of urbanism–with the creation of a spinoff company called
Because art is for everyone. For many people, virtual reality is simply a way to play games and have cool, enhanced experiences, like touring the White House through 360-degree images. But in the case
Following World War II in 1947, Patrick Henry Village was founded as a military base with housing, schools, shops, a library, medical clinics, and restaurants. In 2013, the US Army abandoned the area,
In late 2016, Madrid's Mayor Manuela Carmena reiterated her plan to kick personal cars out of the city center. On Spanish radio network Cadena Ser, she confirmed that Madrid's main avenue, the Gran Vía,
fastcoexist.com - About the author Eillie Anzilotti is an assistant editor for Fast Company's Ideas section, covering sustainability, social good, and alternative economies. Previously, she wrote for CityLab. More
In the United States, more people were employed in solar power last year than in generating electricity through coal, gas and oil energy combined. According to a new report from the U.S. Department of
Over the next 10 years, the country plans to move 250 million people— the equivalent population of Indonesia — into the country's rapidly growing megacities. To accommodate that enormous migration, the
We’ve got the pretty pictures to prove it. Electricity is amazing. You spin a coil of wire through a magnetic field and next thing you know everyone with access to an outlet has clean, quiet, instantaneous,