We kicked off the week with the second half of our discussion of design and branding in social ventures, followed by a look at a new online...
We kicked off the week with the second half of our discussion of design and branding in social ventures, followed by a look at a new online sharing organization in Los Angeles. We also differentiated fact from fiction in data visualization, celebrated the most bike-loving cities in the country, and feasted our eyes on some children's-lit-inspired street art.
We opined on how climate action could better legitimize Obama's Nobel Peace Prize, reconsidered the lobster (in term of sustainability, twice), and imagined what the green job boom might look like. We don't need sci-fi missile defense systems (or films), we might not need yogurt, but we will always need cultural-zeitgeist-defining punctuation marks.
Remember to save the date of October 24, when Alissa Walker will lead a walking tour of New York's High Line park. And do keep pouring over our roll-out of GOOD 100 entries. They are a pretty classy bunch.