The Energy Issue: GOOD's Exclusive Sneak Preview
Either we innovate now, or we face a dark future. Those words grace the cover of GOOD 022: The Energy Issue, which examines the wonder of mankind's power to harness energy, and celebrates the people who are striving to find and improve clean, renewable sources for powering our lives.
It features stories on what we can possibly do after the death of cap-and-trade, a guide to saving energy in your life, a review of the biggest blackouts in history, and much, much more.
The Energy Issue hits newsstands Tuesday, January 11, 2011, at which point stories and infographics from it will start making their way onto the site. (Our interactive Transparency on where America gets its energy is already up, and it's awesome).
Until next week, please enjoy this preview.
Batkid Begins Is the (Real) Feel-Good Superhero Film of the Year A new documentary sets out to explore the global phenomenon of Miles Scott, AKA: Batkid.
Science Proves the Government Doesn’t Give a Shit About You Unless you have billions of dollars. Oh, you don’t? Sorry... Finally, we have data to back up what we already knew.
Watch as Art Imitates Life in The Last Black Man in San Francisco A moving film about friendship, and the fight to call a place your home.
Despite Ageist Sexism Maggie Gyllenhaal Remains Hopeful After being told she was too old to play the love interest of a 55-year-old man, the actress went from anger to laughter.
Mom Fights Back After School Excludes Special Needs Students 17 mentally disabled students from the Tooele County’s Community Learning Center aren’t appearing in this year’s yearbook.
When Lego and Google Partner Online, Imagination Wins Web app “Build” is all the fun of regular Legos, with nothing to clean up afterwards.