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Food & Beverage IKEA's Indoor Farm Is Trying To Alter How We Grow Food

The prototype designed by SPACE10 can grow greens three times faster than traditional methods

Delivery & Logistics Replace Your Electricity Bill With A Flat-Rate Subscription To Wind Power

Inspire wants to help customers go green and pay a fixed amount no matter how much they consume

Design Will Any City Ever Truly Be Car-Free?

Car-free days have slashed pollution in Paris while new eco-cities are aiming to design out the need for vehicles—but will cars in cities ever be consigned to history?

Home Is 'Starchitecture' the Civic Engine It’s Cracked Up to Be?

Every struggling post-industrial city has the same idea: hire a star architect to design a branch of a famous museum, and watch your city blossom with culture. It worked for Bilbao ... didn’t it?

Advertising Sean Parker And Party Life In Silicon Valley

Parker's roles at Facebook and Napster has brought him money and fame but critics say his lavish lifestyle is giving the industry a bad name.

Technology Crowdfunded Campaign Hopes To Make The 'Sharing Economy' A Reality

A new economic model based on accessing resources rather than owning them is seeking funding on Indiegogo.

Features David Bowie Retrospective Traces The Faces Of The Man Of Many Changes

His history of self-transformation is being celebrated in an anticipated V&A retrospective, but the artist himself won't be joining in the nostalgia.

Innovation IBM Reveals How Much Water Is Really Wasted By A Dripping Faucet? [Infographic]

IBM infographic series points out how this key resource is being wasted through faulty urban infrastructure.

Gaming & Play Gaming Concept Points The Finger At Climate Deniers [Future Of Gaming]

Climate Trail is a Gaming for Good submission that plays like the classic 'Oregon Trail' but lets players follow the ‘money trail’ tied to the dissemination of false data.

Work Ed Cotton: Long-Term Thinking Movement Can Change The Way We Consume Resources

Taking a cue from Treehugger, the director of strategy at BSSP encourages consumers to start valuing long-term profit over short-term gain instead of risking the depletion of all of Earth's resources.

Advertising And The Unfit Shall Inherit The Earth

New scientific findings challenge the theory of evolution and could have massive impact for how we consider resource consumption and biodiversity in the future.

Video (Video) Thomas Thwaites: PSFK CONFERENCE 2010 LONDON

The creator of the "Toaster Project" explores the challenges he face in making an electric toaster from scratch.

Luxury Monocolumn: A New Spring In The Steppe

For decades, the term “buffer state” has been invoked as shorthand for Mongolia’s political raison d’être. The country is wedged between two BRICs, and more than 20 Chinese cities each exceed its entire population.

Color Me New: The Mumbai Wall Project

It all started with a blank compound wall in the leafy Mumbai suburb of Bandra.