Our drain pipes, reservoirs, power lines, roads, sewage systems, and more are all designed based on past climate data. But with the climate crisis comes the uncomfortable realization that the past can't predict what we'll need in the future.
By pulling 99 phones down empty streets, artist Simon Weckert made it look like they were gridlocked on Google Maps.
From coast-to-coast fiber broadband to student loan forgiveness, the program’s $1.5 trillion budget—with billions already spent—could go a long way elsewhere.
SIM swappers are particularly interested in a tool called Omni from Verizon that allows hackers to take over phone numbers.
“A guy once asked me if I wanted to fuck, and when I turned him down, his reaction was, “Oh I assumed you must not be getting enough action, so I offered.””
“I can’t say how frustrated I am,” says a city councilor in Paradise, a town that was completely razed by the 2018 fires caused by PG&E.
The decision to cut power in the Bay Area and elsewhere has led to residents struggling in all sorts of ways.
New Study Says Singapore Is the ‘Smartest City’ in the World, but Ranks Other Southeast Asian Cities at the Bottom
The city-state leads in both reliable infrastructure and technology for residents.
First step: Don't call it “green” or say “climate change” in front of the president.
Rideshare companies are investing in public infrastructure, but only when it helps their bottom line.
Every day roughly 178 million people in the US travel over bridges in need of “urgent” repair.