The emirate wants to transition from extravagant consumption to cleanly powered extravagant consumption.
The competition is fierce, the key players are billionaires, but the path—and even the destination—remains uncertain.
The evidence suggests innovation does contribute to the wealth of the one percent—but it also increases social mobility.
Zoom out to watch them all orbit Earth at once.
Over the last year, the majority of global investment in clean energy projects was spent in developing countries.
It’s no accident that Iowa, where the first transcontinental railroad began, is now home to a huge data-center industry.
Take a tour of Jabba the Hutt’s palace, a life-size X-wing, and that weird cantina full of kloo horn-playing musicians.
The city was surprisingly diverse 2,000 years ago.
Based on actual protests, such as in Egypt and Greece, ‘RIOT’ probably won’t be the feel-good game of the year.
Three MIT grad students have invented a washing-machine filter that cleans wastewater and reuses it over and over again.
The “Soofa” has two USB charging ports and tracks data on air quality, foot traffic, and radiation.
Greenhouse gases swirl in abandon in this NASA video.
The One Concern algorithm predicts which parts of the city will be hit hardest to get them help first.
A virtual-reality experience called “Blackout” will give you the power to eavesdrop on the innermost thoughts of fellow subway passengers.
SolaRoad has operated for a year and produced more power than expected.
Researchers have trained the birds to distinguish benign from malignant medical scans.
Chicago’s wastewater authority plans to slash its energy bill by using bacteria to convert sewage into natural gas.
The perfect holiday gift for the city that has everything.
A vertical garden tower just won a significant award for architecture. Is it time to start taking these designs seriously?