How to Save the Fossil Fuel Companies

June 15, 2017 – The fossil fuel companies of the world know what they have to do to save themselves from holding stranded assets that will be anchors around their financial statements ... Continue Reading →

Asgardia: Humanities Nation in Space?

June 14, 2017 – If you have not heard of Asgardia, you are not alone. Started through initial funding from Russian businessperson and scientist, Igor Ashurbeyli, the goal is to ... Continue Reading →

Gizmos & Gadgets: AirBuddy Turns Snorkeling into a Scuba Experience

June 13, 2017 – On Indiegogo, I came across AirBuddy, a diving system for those who always wanted to have a near-scuba experience without pay the full price. What is AirBuddy? ... Continue Reading →

UK Study Looks at the Year 2022 as the Inflection Point for Electric Vehicles

June 12, 2017 – An inflection point in differential calculus refers to a data point on a plotted curve where change occurs altering the direction of the curve irrevocably. For ... Continue Reading →

The EV30@30 Campaign

June 11, 2017 – The Electric Vehicles Initiative (EVI) is a policy forum focused on the worldwide adoption of electric vehicles (EVs). Formed in 2010 its membership includes Energy ... Continue Reading →

The Internet of Things: The Future is Already in the Present

June 10, 2017 – Today we hear from Jim Burch, a guest blogger who has already written for this site in the past. Born and raised near St. Louis, Missouri, Jim is a devoted baseball ... Continue Reading →

A Guide to Saving the Planet One Mile at a Time

June 9, 2017 – The infographic seen below was produced in the United Kingdom and provided by 21st Century Tech blog reader, Jenny Mayer. It is a guide for those who have yet ... Continue Reading →

Will We Still Be Human in Another Hundred Years?

June 7, 2017 – Evolution and technological innovation are at a crossroads for our species here in the 21st century. We, through natural processes, have developed big brains. Those ... Continue Reading →

Craters in the Barents Sea Point to Explosive End to the Last Ice Age

June 6, 2017 – When during the 1990s, exploration of the Barents Sea revealed hundreds of large pockmarks on the sea floor, researchers were initially puzzled. What could have ... Continue Reading →

Nine U.S. States Create Climate Alliance to Fight Climate Change

June 5, 2017 – The backlash to President Donald Trump’s announcement to pull out of the non-binding Paris Climate Agreement displays the determination of sub-jurisdictions ... Continue Reading →