As Hawaii’s cooling tradewinds have faltered and ocean temperatures rise, Hawaii’s leadership moved earlier this year to invest a significant chunk of its resources, more than $100M, to cooling its schools. Last year, temperatures sweltered above 100 degrees, and health concerns forced the Hawaii Department of Education (HIDOE) to consider suspending school for “heat days.” In […]
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In the densely packed megacities of the future, warming climates and rising incomes will make cooling a decisive factor— for energy conservation and quality of life. By mid-century people will use more energy for cooling than heating. According to the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), energy demand for residential air conditioning in summer is […]
Some of the best known companies have their roots in tough times: Apple, Disney, GE and IBM all built their markets during economic downturns. “Scarcity forces a focus on developing creative ways to deliver customer value,” notes business expert Scott Anthony. Tough economic times force innovators to risk new approaches. Recent data suggests that the current slump […]