Change is coming, but not from the generation that currently holds positions of power.
- With figures like Greta Thunberg and demonstrations like the global climate strike, it's become apparent that young people are driving the effort to stop climate change.
- This generational pressure is the key to change. In the same way that smoking became less accepted in society, even frowned upon, so too can the behaviors that have sped up climate change.
- Moving forward, energy companies will play a major role if they can reimagine themselves as part of the solution to this crisis and forge a better path to save the planet.
We catalogue seven more board games to teach children science, problem-solving, and even foster their creativity.
- The number of board games being released each year is unprecedented.
- Among the deluge of new and interesting titles, many can help develop life-critical skills, such as creativity, problem solving, and lateral thinking.
- We look at seven more board games that help teach children to think big.
School diversity is less widespread in central and northern states
- In 2020, there will be more children of color than white children in the U.S.
- These maps indicate how racial diversity is changing the demographics of America's schools
- Diversity has massively increased, but more so in the south and on the coasts than elsewhere
'Millennial' doesn't hold nearly as much meaning as Americans pretend it does. Here's why.
Getting older — see: looking older — is not ideal in the workplace culture of youthfulness.
- Professional biohacker Dave Asprey says the healthier you are, the better you're paid at work. So taking care of yourself doesn't just serve the ego, it can also provide for your family.
- This can differ between men and women, however, as the latter face age discrimination more heavily.
- Taking measures to benefit the health of your mind and body can get you ahead in the workplace culture of youthfulness.