French artist conveys a natural disaster of Biblical proportions and how we might be a threat to our own existence.
Founder of ethical start-up Karmio talks about his newest venture and how he hopes to bring about positive global change.
In our daily stroll through the PK archive we discover a presentation on how rebuilding is being undertaken after the devastating earthquake in Japan.
In our daily stroll through the PechaKucha archive we discover a presentation on how to build small cheap houses, that can then be added onto, making larger structures.
Yasuke Yamamoto's theater is able to fit in to a shipping truck, then open up like a russian doll wherever entertainment is needed.
This emergency fiberglass shelter, to be used in the case of another massive tsunami, is equipped with a lookout window and breathing holes.
Palladium hires Pharrell Williams to star in Tokyo Rising, a short documentary on the aftermath of Japan's earthquake and tsunami disaster.
In today's column from luxury magazine, Monocle, we learn that Japan is looking at geothermal energy, as a way to power the nation, but businesses in the hot spring industry fear it would deplete their sources.
The new 20-foot Geo-Cosmos is the largest of its kind in the world and reflects Earth as seen from space.
One of the first documents of the Japanese earthquake gets a little help from social media and the Internet.
The Prime Minister’s office is using Twitter and Facebook to reach a wider audience with real-time updates about the crisis and the recovery process.