Dreaming to Scale: The Life and Times of Norman Bel Geddes

The Man Who Designed the Future is the story of a post-school life both utterly singular and deeply emblematic. Bel Geddes may not quite have invented the future, but between 1914 and 1958 he had a lot to do with how millions of Americans came to understand, envision, and desire it. … More Dreaming to Scale: The Life and Times of Norman Bel Geddes

Reversing Climate Change: An Interview with Paul Hawken

Paul Hawken and a coalition of more than two hundred scientists, researchers, fellows, writers, economists, financial analysts, architects, companies, agencies, NGOs, activists, and other experts have formed Project Drawdown to gather one hundred of the most viable ways to “draw down” carbon from the atmosphere. … More Reversing Climate Change: An Interview with Paul Hawken

A Mexican Writer Immigrates to New York in ‘For Love of the Dollar’

For Love of the Dollar is a strong and compelling portrait of one person’s experience — and perhaps that’s exactly what the country needs right now, an honest, human account of an immigrant’s attempt to reach for the American Dream. … More A Mexican Writer Immigrates to New York in ‘For Love of the Dollar’