A Boston University study maps carbon emissions over a period of more than 30 years. What is the outcome and how can we manage growth, decline and sprawl in metropolitan cities and suburbs? We discuss these issues with Anne M Krieg, AICP, former Boston resident and director of planning, economy and community development in Bridgton, Maine.
Author: Gina Vodegel
She is not the first to perform make-unders on discarded dolls — fashion dolls in particular. But ever since Sonia Singh from Tasmania, Australia, started sharing the results of her work on social media just a few months ago, she quickly rose to become the fairy godmother of a new ideal: Transforming dolls into the real deal for girls to play and identify with.
Career reentry programs offer solid chances to return to the workforce after having been absent for two or even 20 years. This growing trend brings diversity into the workplace by supporting former stay-at-home-moms and others who have left the workforce but are looking to return.
Swedish retail giant H&M is teaming up with Puma to trial an innovative new textile-to textile recycling technology. Although the technology is still in test mode, it is expected to be ready for commercial use in a couple of years, the companies said.
The Internet is buzzing with speculation as Etsy prepares for its initial public offering. It is only the second certified B Corp to go public on Wall Street, and some in its buyer and seller community aren’t exactly excited. So, is the socially-minded online marketplace really ready for an IPO?