Today’s Solutions: May 30, 2024

Paris

Lower traffic accidents linked to urban emissions laws

From the 1970s to the mid-1990s, the US and France were more or less the same in traffic fatality rates. In fact, they had both declined by 31 percent from 1979 to 1994. Today, though, people getting around in the US are three times more likely to die than in France. What happened?  Bloomberg Read More...

Winner of 2021 World Nature Photography Awards - Facing Reality, Leopard Seal and Penguin, by Amos Nachoum

And the results from the World Nature Photography competition are in

Our world is a beautiful place inhabited by extraordinary creatures. Thankfully, there are skilled photographers who dedicate their lives to capturing precious moments in nature so that the rest of us can get a peek into other hidden worlds. The World Nature Photography Awards (WNPA) is a Read More...

Princeton study shows how the

Princeton study shows how the US can achieve carbon neutrality by 2050

If you’re feeling hopeless about whether the US will manage to reverse its environmental footprint in time to prevent catastrophic climate change, a new optimistic report from Princeton University is here to reassure you. Coming from researchers at Princeton University, the recently published Read More...

Michelle Chan: Fighting for su

Michelle Chan: Fighting for sustainability in the bank sector

Amy Domini, founder of Domini Social Investments, believes Michelle Chan is taking the lead in socially responsible investing. Carmel Wroth | Jan/Feb 2009 issue There’s a framed photo hanging in Michelle Chan’s living room that makes her feel uneasy when she stops to look at it. It shows an Read More...