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Sustainability's next tipping point. Interconnected technologies for energy, buildings, transportation, supply chains, food and water to enable huge opportunities and sustainability solutions.

A research and design firm has a plan to remake Atlantic City's ailing economy to become a global center for research on resiliency.
Unanswered safety and privacy questions, compounded by a lack of understanding about potential economic and environmental impact, has held the nascent drone industry back.
With promises of energy efficiency, optimal routing, and low-carbon power supplies, can driverless vehicles clean up the world's roads?
Kodiak Island was spending $7 million a year on 2.8 million gallons of diesel. Now, the Alaska island gets its energy from wind and hydro power.
Without mobility, economic growth and social opportunity can't flourish. That's a problem for businesses, cities, residents and even our national security.
Smaller electrified vehicles such as bikes, scooters and motorcycles aren't yet in high demand stateside — but Gogoro thinks they're poised to affect developing markets in a big way.
The rise of information and communication technology is creating new opportunities to drive down emissions and open new business markets.
How you collect building energy data — and more importantly, how you interpret it — is crucial for taking efficiency to the next level.
Friends of VERGE converged at our downtown Oakland offices for merriment and a rare unicorn sighting.