Michael Pawlyn's pioneering designs mimic nature's closed-loop systems to help us thrive in extreme resource scarcity.
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The Atlas Obscura
Joshua Foer and Dylan Thuras are cataloging the world's weirdest places to foster a new age of curiosity.
An enormous concrete dome that seals...
Why the problem of fixing our buildings is so vague-and what we can do about it
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Crop and Trade
Eleni Gabre-Madhin knows that efficient markets can save lives.
In 1984, she was an undergrad studying economics at Cornell when a famine...
Don't Buy Green
Trying to limit your environmental impact? Buying "eco-friendly" stuff doesn't help.
Before attending trade shows flogging...
Call Us Crazy, But Good Matters
This is a content series sponsored by Organic
Valley, a cooperative of over 2,000 small family farmers who produce dairy, eggs and produce in a way that's good for animals, people and the planet.
The Long Game
The Long Game is a collaboration with Hennessy, exploring the impact, benefits, and risks of long-term thinking. What would it look like if our leaders in business, science, politics, and society were willing to risk short-term gratification for long-term social progress?
Issue 36: The 2016 GOOD 100
Meet the remarkable individuals tackling pressing global issues today
The GOOD Guide to Recycling
The objects we discard aren’t trash. They’re a resource.
The Local Globalists
Meet 17 innovators who are changing our future for the better.
Bringing the Power of Words to the World #ProjectLiteracy