How the cryptocurrency boom could make or break Iceland’s economy

Iceland is welcoming a new generation of miners.

Women ask for raises just as much as men do — but they just don’t get them

Things are still murky when it comes to the gender pay gap.

Embracing Sustainability in the Business World

Sustainability is a buzzword that’s thrown around a lot when it comes to being environmentally friendly, but it’s often overlooked in the business world.

Fairly Tradeable: Corporate sustainability limited in both scope and outcome, analysis reveals

The good news is that consumer involvement is very effective in increasing sustainability.

82% of all wealth created in 2017 went to the top 1%, report finds

The rich aren’t only getting richer — they’re getting much richer.

New US tax bill would pile more taxes on PhD students

Not a promising sign for research in the states.

Scott Pruitt says subsidies give renewables an unfair edge, and here’s why he’s a monumental hypocrite

Capital H.

Too much innovation wrecks weak economies, too much competition paralyzes strong ones, paper reports

Moderation is key.

A history of how computers went from stealing your heart, to stealing your job

They changed our society from the ground up. And will do so again.

Finland basic income trial concludes, participants enjoy lower stress and higher incentive to work

A small UBI trial in Finland has rendered very promising results.

“Make our planet great again” — The world reacts to Trump quitting the Paris Agreement

Trump to Earth: “Screw you.” The Earth to Trump: “No, screw you!”

Urban heat island effect could almost triple the cost of climate change in cities, burn economies to a crisp

The roof, the roof, the roof is on fireeee.

India cancels plans for huge coal power station — because solar energy is getting so cheap

Coal is losing more and more ground.

Chinese company offers free training for US coal miners to become wind farmers

It’s the disproval of every Trump narrative around renewable energy.

NASA will explore an asteroid worth 10,000 $quadrillion — four years sooner than expected

The scientific value might be just as high.

Want better, cheaper health care? Pay doctors a flat salary, not per procedure, behavioral economists say

Doctors? Having conflicts of interests? Can’t be.

Some two billion people depend on imported food

Whenever population pressure increases, more food is imported.

These are the world’s fastest growing cities. They’re all in Africa

Worldwide, more and more people are starting to move from rural areas to urban areas. But nowhere is this as prevalent as in Africa.

Does your country have bad drivers? Then your government is likely corrupt

Spare a moment to think about how the streets are in your country. The ponder how corrupt your country is. Do you see a correlation?

Ontario, Canada, to start piloting basic income project

Out of all the ideas to end global poverty, the simplest seems to also be more effective: governments just handing out money to people.