The Boston Area Research Initiative works with universities like Northeastern and Harvard to examine how data and tech can reshape the future.
State lawmakers from Washington, Oregon, Colorado, and North Carolina came together on Tuesday to talk about ways they were promoting climate action.
Jenero Burke, based in Atlanta, worked as a customer-service and ticket and gate agent before landing this pandemic-focused role.
Innovation is changing the nature of car advertising - like iHeartRadio's recent partnership with Amazon Alexa that allows listeners to request songs.
"Communities have been locked in with poverty and pollution ... We want to make sure that we don't repeat those mistakes."
In spite of fewer miles being driven last year, fatalities increased, Gary Hallgren, president of mobility analytics platform Arity, said.
The Responsible Sourcing Network brought brands like Adidas and Gap on board to boycott cotton harvested under slave labor in places like Uzbekistan.
One of the city's plans aims to reduce transportation-related carbon emissions by 50% by 2030 and increase the use of public transit.
"Once you have the right data, you can begin to make better decisions about how you use your streets and use your buildings."
The program is turning Boston into a "smart city" through improvements like a district energy microgrid, green infrastructure, and smart streetlights.
Frank Fox and Tom Tymon created Enspire Leather through their company Sustainable Composites that's in high demand for shoe and bag brands.
Although Mel Burke was able to hit her goals for her novel each night, losing out on social engagements wasn't worth it for her.
The Mind the Store campaign has found that competitors tend to follow suit in banning PFAS in their packaging once one brand is on board.
Marie Wright's favorite flavor of all time is black truffle. Right now she's focused on energy drinks and alternative seafoods.
Albert Rodriguez manages nine crew members and has been busy with back-to-back trips during the pandemic. It's a dream job, he says.
The Coalition to Restore Coastal Louisiana uses oyster shells from New Orleans restaurants to create reefs that protect wetlands from erosion.
"Employees have probably more strength than they've had in a number of years," says Jason Probst of the Kansas House of Representatives.