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End Roadway Deaths: What’s Next?

I love the ambition by many organizations to end roadway deaths in the United States by 2050, but is that a realistic goal? How close are we to reaching that […]







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Food Shortages in the States

Food and water scarcity have been a global problem for as long as we can remember. Today, new factors—like the COVID-19 pandemic, upheaval in the supply chain, and an uptick […]




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Return to Office and the Mass Exit of Employees

Many companies are demanding employees go back to the office rather than giving them a transition time or work-from-home option. And it’s not surprising that just as many executives are […]




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The Generations and Sustainable Homes

Generational trends are impacting nearly every industry—such is the case for our homes. Here’s the question at hand: If the Baby Boomers are not downsizing from the big homes and […]




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Curbing Aggressive Driving

Is aggressive driving on the rise? New research says yes, and some research—and a unique patent—could help us to address this problem on our roads. According to AAA Foundation for […]




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A Supply Chain for a Circular Economy

A circular economy enables us to restore natural ecosystems while still accelerating business and financial objectives. With 90% of CEOs seeing sustainability as important to success and 66% of consumers […]