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Carlo Ratti
Carlo Ratti is a member of the World Economic Forum's Global Agenda Council on Future Cities, and the curator of the Future Food District pavilion at the 2015 World Expo in Milan. >Innovators >People
Matthew Claudel
Matthew Claudel is a research fellow at the MIT Senseable City Laboratory. >Innovators >People
Feeding Nine Billion
Feeding Nine Billion (F9B) is an online project devoted to explore and better understand the implications of having to feed a growing world population. >Innovators >Organizations
Is the 2015 Paris Conference the Last Chance to Save Our Planet?   Transcript
11/14/14
We have squandered the chance of keeping global warming below two-degree Celsius limit unless we take draconian action, says climate scientist Kevin Anderson. >Ideas >Commentary
Stanford Social Innovation Review
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Beyond Business as Usual   Transcript
Richard Brubaker, Mike J. Thompson 10/27/14
Conducting business as usual is no longer good enough. Instead of finding ways to use society and the environment to be successful, companies must contribute to society and the environment in order to sustain success. >Ideas >Commentary
Thomas T. Samaras
Thomas T. Samaras is the founder of Reventropy Associates, a research group established in 1993 to provide critical analyses of the various impacts of larger body size on our society, the earth and the environment. >Innovators >People
Ebola: What Went Wrong?   Transcript
In a chronically underfunded global health system whose needs are so often eclipsed by issues of national insecurity and expediency, it is time to tackle Ebola strategically. >Ideas >Commentary
China Could Move First to Geoengineer the Climate   Transcript
Olivia Boyd
As geoengineering advocates talk up the "technofix" approach to climate change, governments may start intervening unilaterally in earth's systems, says Clive Hamilton. >Ideas >Commentary
A Critical Look at Geoengineering Against Climate Change  
10/10/14
Environmental scientist David Keith proposes a cheap, effective, shocking means to address climate change: What if we injected a huge cloud of ash into the atmosphere to deflect sunlight and heat? >Ideas >Video
UN Population Growth Data is Bad News for Climate   Transcript
09/19/14
Most greenhouse-gas emissions and climate-change predictions have been based on the assumption that the planet's burden of humans will peak around 2050, and then begin a slow decline; but new analysis suggests an 80% probability global population will keep rising. >Ideas >Commentary
Why Isn't Food a Public Good?   Transcript
Jose Luis Vivero Pol 09/11/14
What would the world look like if we were to treat food as a public good or commons and not merely as a commodity? >Ideas >Commentary
Zhao Zhong: Lessons from the Bottom Up   Transcript
John Haffner, Zhao Zhong 09/02/14
After an accident where nature nearly took his life, Zhao Zhong has been on a mission to protect the environment in his homeland of China. >Ideas >Commentary
Zhao Zhong
Zhao Zhong is the founder and former director of Green Camel Bell, a grassroots environmental NGO in Northwest China. >Innovators >People
The Next Generation Greenhouse  
Esther Dyson 08/27/14
Four Dutch engineers have started a revolution. They have developed plan production units the size of a city block and just a few stories high capable of producing the same volume of crops as a large farm. >Ideas >Innovations
How I Brought a River, and My City, Back to Life  
Aziza Chaouni 08/25/14
An architect in Fez, Morocco is converting a polluted and sewage-filled river in her hometown into a usable, public space. >Ideas >Video
A Storm in a Bucket: Lessons from the Ice Bucket Challenge Controversy   Transcript
Kei Hiruta 08/22/14
Fun-based activism such as the Ice Bucket Challenge does not persuade you; it mobilizes you. That's why it's been so successful. >Ideas >Commentary
Rose Niu: Conservation on the Tipping Point   Transcript
John Haffner, Rose Niu 08/15/14
Conservation in China is a long-term struggle that has only intensified with rapid economic growth. To bring degraded ecosystems back, the country needs ambitious plans and a new paradigm. >Ideas >Commentary
Berliners Await Landmark Decision on Sale of City’s Power Grid  
08/14/14
Two young activists are trying to buy Berlin's electric grid in order to promote renewable energy. >Ideas >Innovations
Advancing Sustainable Business in China   Publication
Isabel Hilton 08/08/14
This special issue of chinadialogue's journal exposes polluters and highlights some of the best examples and models of sustainability in China today. >Ideas >Policy Library

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