The Energy Burden

Living in a vastly developed world means society tends to necessitate efficiency. Achieving efficiency comes at the expense of using incredible amounts of energy to support globalization and its processes. Saving the planet by buying a new Prius for your daily commute? Don’t forget that nickel and copper are mined, refined in factories, and put into the cars in Japan to be sent across the world in enormous cargo ships.


On Leadership—This message is for you, yes you

On Leadership—This message is for you, yes you. What is a good leader? This question is too important to ignore.


We Deserve Good Leadership

We deserve good leadership - Call To Action- Take a Minute of Silence Tuesday, November 7, 2017


Espinaca Rules

From Cape Town, South Africa: Lufefe Nomjana adores spinach; in fact he loves it so much that he named his company Espinaca (Spanish for Spinach) Innovations. His story speaks of tenacity, adaptability and good old fashioned hard work.


America as a Killing Field

“A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.” -- Second Amendment, U.S. Constitution, ratified 1791.

Green Tourism From Nebraska

Thanks to J. Sterling Morton’s fascination with the most modern business practices and equipment of his day, Arbor Day Farms has always been a place of advancing technology.


#PressOn #TrueEnergy #FreePress

In the October, we explore less quantifiable forms of energy—the energy it takes to run a business or run your body in a way that produces maximum power. Our contributors have an interesting view of the world, so we have little on energy resources and more stories about the energy generated by people.


Interview | Jordan Riefe

Here is a story about a great journalist. LA-based arts & culture reporter Jordan Rieke won our Matt Kramer Award for his article Skid Robot: the street artist drawing attention to LA’s homeless residents that first appeared in the The Guardian. His news stories get you to experience the infinite ways arts and culture benefits humanity on a global scale.