🌎 Happy Earth Day! 5 Technologies That Offer Hope

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At this point, it seems like every month there’s a new report documenting the catastrophic effects of climate change. Those reminders are important (if anything, we need more of them), but so are stories about the good things we’re doing to help the planet. In honor of Earth Day, contributor Rob Pegoraro has rounded up a few of the technologies—from offshore wind power to e-bikes—that give us some optimism for our precious rock's future.
—Max Ufberg, @Max_Uf
 
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5 technologies that should give us some hope for the planet’s future

From offshore wind power to e-bikes, there are at least a few reasons for (cautious) optimism.

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Earth Day surprise: Financial regulators want your climate data, and you can’t ‘greenwash’ it  

Three actions companies can take now to prepare for the SEC climate-disclosure rules.

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After embarrassing leak, Warner Bros. Discovery gets a modern new logo

A $43 billion megamerger gets a fresh logo. No not THAT logo.

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We need a massive carbon removal industry. What will it take to scale it up?

A small but growing number of companies are focused on carbon removal through various approaches. But this type of technology will have to radically grow.

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work life
What flexibility really looks like in the future of work

Cockroach Labs chief people officer stresses that we can design the future right now through experimenting with different options so employees feel in control of the experience.

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The war in Ukraine has devastated local designers, so U.S. firms are giving them jobs

A new initiative called Support by Design is trying to preserve the country’s design profession during wartime.

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Experience the vastness of the solar system on an epic, 6-mile sculpture trail

An installation designed by children’s illustrator Oliver Jeffers unfolds at a scale of 591 million to 1, and it only takes one large step to get from the Earth to the Moon.

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What an Elon Musk tender offer would mean for Twitter shareholders

Elon Musk says he has $46.5 billion in financing to make a tender offer for Twitter. Here’s what that means for shareholders.

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You’re about see a lot more ads in video games

Sony is reportedly working on a plan to incorporate more ads into the titles on its platform.

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10 years of box office results prove movies with authentic representation perform better

In a new study, researchers cited such movies as ‘The Big Sick’ and ‘Fast Five’ as examples where representation translated into commercial success.

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NEWS
EV drivers face ‘dead zones’: What you need to know
Electric vehicles are clearly the future, but their mass adoption is somewhat hindered by infrastructure rollout—namely, the charging stations that drivers need to keep them powered, especially on long cross-country trips.
Data compiled by mapping company Esri shows that some areas of the United States are doing better than others when it comes to charging stations.
Using data from the U.S. Department of Energy, Ersi made an interactive map that shows each station along major U.S. interstate routes that are over 1,000 miles long. The map shows huge “dead zones” along the routes, presumably where drivers would have a hard time finding a station to charge up.
Some of the largest U.S. states by land area have the fewest EV charging stations, including Montana (79), Wyoming (58), and Alaska (40). California, by contrast, has more than 13,000.
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