This version of The Emphasize is a believed experiment: What if some of the remedies to our most urgent troubles, from climate change to public wellness crises, could be identified by reimagining old principles and outmoded technologies? The future is nearer than we believe — we just will need to rethink what we currently know, no matter if that’s the meat we eat, the workplace areas we haven’t returned to, or the batteries powering the electric powered motor vehicle revolution.
Our structures are building us sick
Here’s how to correct them — and what is getting in the way.
By Keren Landman
Within the fantastical, pragmatic quest to make “hybrid” meat
Hybrid autos gave way to electric powered autos. Could “hybrid meat” do the same for beef and pork?
By Kenny Torrella
Under the hood of the electric powered auto revolution
In the EV era, previous automakers are understanding new methods.
By Rebecca Heilweil
The finish of a battery’s existence issues as considerably as its beginning
People in america are awful at recycling. Electric autos are a chance to improve that.
By Rebecca Leber
The wasted opportunity of garbage dumps
Toxic landfills are emblems of environmental injustice across the US. Clean strength can remake them.
By Neel Dhanesha
The potential of the office is a lab
What’s going to occur to the business place we no for a longer time have to have?
By Rani Molla
Editors: Samantha Oltman, Adam Clark Estes, Libby Nelson, Izzie Ramirez, Brian Resnick, Bryan Walsh
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