This post is part of our Planning for 7 Billion series, highlighting the challenges posed by a quickly growing global population. Two and a half years ago I celebrated Passover in China, attending Seder with Kehillat Beijing, a congregation composed mostly of.
Illinois' Hamilton County voters were presented with this confusing and crowded ballot during the November 2002 midterm elections. This ballot is just one example of how poor design can cause thousands of votes to be lost or miscounted in local and federal...
How do we measure the true cost of carbon pollution? The answer has stumped scientists, lawmakers, economists, and religious leaders alike for decades. We can measure the cost of making increasingly acidifying waters potable.
How far away do you live from your local DMV, or other government-designated office? If you needed to obtain a license or other form of identification, how would you get to this office? And during what time of day would you go?
These are questions that.