Could this be the Key to Successful Aid in Times of Crisis?
"Preparation through education is less costly than learning through tragedy." — Max Mayfield, Director National Hurricane Center Whether or not you were impacted by the destruction caused by any of the recent natural disasters, it’s easy to be left feeling hopeless and thinking, [...]
Seed Saving in the Great Lakes
The earth’s environment is constantly changing. Extreme weather patterns, over-exploited ecosystems, lost habitats, and human carelessness constantly threaten the stability of plant biodiversity. As data becomes more widely available to understand and address global climate issues, many innovators are focusing on conservation and sustainability practices. [...]
The Psychology Behind Giving Back
Generosity allows people to feel some form of pleasure, such as pride or happiness. But is it natural for people to feel pleasure while being charitable? Research behind the psychology of individual, commercial, and societal giving can show why we give back to others and [...]
Can Tech Save the Honeybees?
Since the 1990s, the disappearance and the decline of the global honey bee population has been a crucial concern for beekeepers, environmentalists, scientists, and the food industry. In the United States alone, beekeepers lost 33% of their colonies in the year ending April 2017. An [...]
David Kinnear is a financial professional in Chicago.