In the United States, the cost of living continues to rise faster than the minimum wage. This means that for millions of low-income earners across the United States, affording a safe and decent place to live is a dream still out of reach.
Transforming any urban area into a more green environment is no easy task, nevermind Manhattan. With so many aspects of daily life in need of changing to secure a more clean and healthy life for future generations, it’s difficult to know where to start and, of course, how to engage the local community.
Navigating the streets of London has never been easier, thanks to smartphones.
Working in the heart of London’s West End, it can sometimes be difficult to remember that there are green spaces out there amongst the concrete jungle.
We are surrounded by new technologies every second of every day. Smartphones are the arbiters of most people's lives, laptops travel wherever we go and wearables are our constant companions for every moment of the day, from arriving on time for meetings to measuring our heart rates in a high intensity fitness class at lunch. Inevitably, as soon as technology becomes the height of fashion it has been supplanted and is passed out in favour of a new innovation.