In an age where cybersecurity is of foremost interest for governments and businesses, public and private organizations must deploy risk-intelligence governance to secure their digital communications and resources from eavesdropping, theft or attack, ac… Continue reading →
Governments around the world should stop squandering resources fighting an “unwinnable war” against illegal drugs, such as cocaine and heroin. Instead, they should use the cash to curb antibiotic misuse, which poses a far more serious threat to human h… Continue reading →
Residents from coast to coast are snapping up recycled paint to brighten walls of their houses, barns and offices. The environmental perk of reusing leftover latex is just part of the appeal. In various towns, recycled paint is free. Or, it’s sold…… Continue reading →
The California capital and an association of Southern California governments last week presented innovative ideas for reducing congestion while building environmental and social concerns into their plans to grow green.
Frances Beinecke, President of NRDC, New York City
Tomorrow our friends at 350.org are hosting a global day of action dedicated to solving the climate crisis by ending the world’s dependence on fossil fuels. Called “Moving P… Continue reading →