What happens when we stop wasting our own energy and treat it as a precious resource needed for survival? Consider this a design challenge.
What if we channeled more development funds to the middle and bottom, and let local market forces and entrepreneurialism take over? It's time to find out.
Ken BanksJanuary 29, 2016
Every year, 4.3 million people die from diseases caused by household air pollution. This startup worked with Mexican communities to design a better option.
Brittany LaneJanuary 20, 2016
This ethical fashion entrepreneur believes that in order to change the world, we need to change the systems that run it. Read this to see what you can do.
Gwendolyn FloydDecember 10, 2015
In Cambodia, the rate of iron deficiency is about 70%. But it's a preventable condition. Lucky Iron Fish aims to end it by putting a fish in every pot.
Cayte BoslerSeptember 11, 2015
Solving the problems of human and environmental disease is one of the only guaranteed growth industries. This is the greatest opportunity of our time, especially for technologists.
Corey KohnSeptember 1, 2015
WATCH THIS TED STYLE TALK on tonlé—an ethical, zero-waste fashion design and production company making comfortable, stylish, and affordable clothing from tiny scraps of waste fabric.
Unreasonable InstituteAugust 14, 2015
Evidence, not assumptions, need to be a driving factor in any program demanding funding and…
Rebecca CalderJuly 29, 2015