Before anyone heard of sustainability, decades ago, a popular band helped to make EVs a part of Norway’s culture.
When Carbon is Like a Calorie
By looking at the impact of the Affordable Care Act’s calorie label mandate, we can guess how much Google’s emission facts will influence us.
How Legos Helped to Build a Vaccination Center
Albrecht Broemme had to figure out the design of Germany’s Covid-19 vaccination centers at two airport terminals, a concert venue, a velodrome, an ice rink, and a convention hall. So, he used Legos. Below, Mr. Broemme is holding a picture…
Does a Calorie Label Make Us Eat Less?
While the purpose of restaurant calorie labels has been to provide diners with more information, it did not work out entirely as expected.
Six Handy Economic Ideas That Describe Our Coronavirus Response
Coronavirus economics can describe our response to the pandemic with the same six ideas that compose a basic economics course.
When to Worry About Water
Approaching Day Zero, the people in Cape Town South Africa were conserving water by singing two minute shower songs and using 50 liters (13 gallons) a day.
Six Facts About How Supermarkets Influence What We Buy
These six facts tell us how our supermarket shopping can be influenced by much more than the shopping list we bring with us.
The Behavioral Nudges That Our Trains and Planes Give Us
The best designed railway stations and airports have behavioral nudges that travelers don’t even know they are following.