13 Apr

Flower Power in Fifty States

Today, April 13th, is International Plant Appreciation Day! In honor of this global holiday, we explore the flora appreciated in each of the USA’s 50 states. Flower’s are starting to bloom all around the country, which one is special to...
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12 Apr

BreezoMeter

    At A Glance Air pollution is considered the world’s deadliest form of pollution, and affects millions of individuals worldwide.  BreezoMeter is an award-winning company that provides hyperlocal air quality data to individuals, businesses and cities so that they...
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7 Apr

Nekton

Earth’s last frontier is not an icy, impassable mountain range or a vast, labyrinthine jungle, but it is hidden beneath the sunlit surface of the ocean.  Far from its representation on most world maps as a featureless expanse of blue,...
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6 Apr

Megacities and Mega Emissions

This past Tuesday, National Geographic released an in depth case study on Dubai’s work to become the most sustainable city in the world. Considering the cities’ culture of excess – an indoor ski slope is just where it starts – many...
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24 Mar

Toilocator

A quintessential aspect of the traveling experience is the search for the nearest public toilet.  In certain countries however, this inherently spatial question of washroom accessibility is one that is particularly challenging.  Take India, for example.  Despite having one of...
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23 Mar

Speaking for the Trees

The loss of forests is an issue that could have potentially far-reaching effects. Forests help absorb greenhouse gases, are crucial to the water cycle, and support 80% of the world’s land plants and animals (National Geographic). The type of destruction which...
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