Thanksgiving looks different this year in America. Grandpas and grandmas, uncles and aunts, and cousins of all numbers probably aren’t gathering together for dinner, unless it’s over Zoom. That reality..
From paintings and literature to music and film, the natural world is an inspiration to many.
Its influence on architecture is also apparent, with a number of interesting developments now integrating..
Relics. Environmental hotspots. Or maybe reminders of a simpler time. Good or bad, no one views America’s old coal-fired power plants with indifference.
In their day, they were reliable, cost-effective backbones..
Week in Review
Stories discussed this week (6:25).
How companies can engage authentically with communities (18:20)
Highlights from our VERGE 20 mainstage conversation with environmental justice leaders Rahwa Ghirmatzion, executive director of People..
Partisanship runs deep in America.
We’ve self-organized so our neighbors, friends and social media agree with us, and we gravitate voices who are increasingly vitriolic towards those who don’t. Is it..