Wind and solar farms can make their own weather, including extra rain over the Sahara - Los Angeles Times
You already know that using solar and wind power can influence the climate by reducing our dependence on heat-trapping fossil fuels. Now scientists say these renewable forms of energy can change the climate
In the once terror-teeming city of Karachi on the coast of Pakistan’s Sindh province, former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani is a name some hold in esteem. “We learned from New York. The zero-tolerance policy
Cryptocurrency is not great for your blood pressure. With prices soaring and plummeting on a weekly basis, there is a fast buck to be made, but also a lot to lose—and quickly. That doesn’t go down so with
One of the most interesting things I discuss in my book Mapping Innovation is what I call the new era of innovation, which will create profoundly new technologies, classes of data and business models.
M.J. Neal Ramp House asks $1.295M Arguably one of the most architecturally significant homes in Austin, the Ramp House has quietly hit the market. A well-known fixture in the Bouldin neighborhood, the
After listening to the speakers and panelists, a team of creatives illustrated their visions of the future. He has the short cropped haircut of your average IT guy. But he’s wearing swim trunks and a vest
Magazine A photographer went to all the most extreme places. Earth’s highest city, its most crowded city, its most polluted city: Geneva-based photographer Steeve Iuncker sought them out. For a project
Of the 244 million international migrants recorded in 2015, 58% had made homes in developed nations, with just over a third originating from developing nations. Over the last decade, several Middle Eastern
Neoclassical economics has become an unquestioned belief system and treats those challenging the creed as dangerous In October 1517, an unknown Augustinian monk by the name of Martin Luther changed the
Islamic art is a reminder of a Muslim past that some of today's powers are trying to undo. Early in the evening of a delightful December Monday, accompanied by an Egyptian and an Italian friend, I entered
Baghdad, Iraq (CNN) — Lt. Gen. Abdul-Wahab al-Saadi is virtually unknown outside Iraq, but he is a hero in his own country. When the three-star general walks into the lobby of a guesthouse in Baghdad is
Big, well-known resorts have high-speed lifts, stellar terrain, and flashy base area amenities like slopeside hotels and vibrant après bars. They also tend to be crowded, hyped up, and crazy expensive.
Around 25,000 of my colleagues flew to a conference, leaving a colossal carbon footprint in their wake. This makes our warnings less credible to the public This weekend, 25,000 Earth, Sun, and planetary
“The U.S. is now the most unpredictable actor in the world today.” As conflicts ignite and burn and flicker out around the world, U.S. officials assess the dangers they represent back home. Not all of