Plastic pollution is a major environmental problem – but you probably already knew that.Despite the necessity to reduce plastic waste, it's astounding how little progress we've made in developing sustainable solutions. A major contributor to this waste, of course, is...
A growing number of organizations have taken to print, video, and social media to spread powerful messages regarding abuse against women. This means everything from a high-tech billboard in the UK and the Salvation Army’s spin on “the dress,” to Kathleen Wynn’s viral commercial, and the NFL’s Super Bowl ad
Si vous souhaitez un changement de carrière ou que votre petit cousin vous demande conseil sur la sienne, considérez ces 17 professions en forte croissance. De vétérinaire à nano médique jusqu’à gérant de marque personnelle, voici les carrières que vous voudrez peut-être vous approprier
If you’re in the market for a career switch, or your younger family member has turned to you for career advice, you may want to consider these 17 growing professions. From veterinarians and nanomedics all the way to personal brand managers, here are the careers you may want to start calling yours
With a mission to inspire people to imagine futuristic modes of transportation and improve existing ones, we caught up with the brilliant Charles Bombardier to get the scoop behind his latest innovative and inspiring project, how he overcame failure, and advice for young professionals
You can bet we’ll be keeping a close eye on upcoming activities set to take place this week at the Vancouver Convention Centre when TED kicks off on home turf. In town to celebrate its 30th anniversary, TED2014 promises to deliver its most compelling collection of speakers yet, as well as introduce a new All-Stars Program and tap into an expanded audience on a more intimate level
Many of us have probably pondered that mobile phone manufacturers secretly set a timer for their device to self-destruct in one way or another shortly after the warranty expires. Doesn’t it always seem to work out that way? Here's a great alternative