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7 Tips for Raising Money-Smart Kids

How to set your children up for success and ensure they have the skills they need to thrive in an increasingly complex financial world.

The US Department of Energy & Stellantis Announce The Battery Workforce Challenge

BattChallenge is a three-year competition joining universities with vocational partners, such as community colleges, trades and apprenticeship programs, to design, build, test

Connected Kerb & Surrey County Council Aim For 10,000 Public EV Charging Points By 2030

While transit fanatics will tell us that people should just not own a car, that’s just not realistic in many places that have long depended on cars for transportation. Thatâ

The U.S. States People Are Fleeing (And The Ones They Are Moving To)

Some very interesting results. Several of those you'd expect on this list aren't there....

Every Electric Vehicle That’s Expected in the Next Five Years

These EVs aren't for sale yet but are in various stages from concept to production—and perhaps a few may never see the light of day.

New artificial enamel is harder and more durable than the real thing

Novel material mimics enamel’s complex structure with stronger components

The Death of a Car City

I’m very sorry to be the bearer of bad news, but the dream of being a car city forever, is dead. There is nowhere near enough money, and there never will be.

This Ponzi Scheme Might END Suburban Prosperity

The Growth Ponzi Scheme is not nefarious; there is not a specific individual or group that has created it for their own benefit. It has emerged from a broad cultural consensus

Renewable Energy Survey for Residents of Blaine, Cascade, Choteau, Fergus, Glacier, Hill, Judith Basin, Lewis and Clark, Liberty, Meagher, Pondera, Teton, and Toole Counties in Montana.

Attached is a survey which by your communities’ responses will help shape our Food, Ag, and Bioprocessing and Farm-derived Renewable Energy business development strategies f

Gogoro – Swap&Go Ride Smarter. Refuel in seconds.

We’re revolutionizing the way that we use and share energy by re-imagining what fuel can be for millions of two-wheelers around the world.

Cruise plans ambitious self-driving expansion

Cruise executives asked California regulators to amend their existing permit to allow autonomous-vehicle testing throughout the state.

Bozeman looking at reducing speed limits

While presenting to the Transportation Board this week, Ross said a 10% decrease in speed has been found to be associated with up to a 38% decrease in fatalities and a 27% dec

What’s New in Digital Equity: HUD Releases High-Speed Internet Guide

Plus, a continued look at what some state and local governments are doing to increase participation in the Affordable Connectivity Program, and more.

In Montana, It’s Youth vs. the State in a Landmark Climate Case

Watching their cherished wilderness succumb to the effects of climate change enraged the Busse boys, and three years ago, they decided to do something about it. Along with 14

111 Resources, idea starters and opportunities for people who can “work from anywhere”

Estonia created the world’s first digital nomad visa in July 2020, allowing qualified people to live in Estonia for one year while working remotely from their home country.

TED Talk – How to keep your hometown from becoming a ghost town

From the closure of the iconic Route 66 to the roller-coaster history of Buffalo, New York, Paget reveals the power of sharing your town's "civic story" to spark local revital

How do you get your coffee?

Top Image - 30 people getting a coffee in the U.S. vs. Bottom Image - 30 people getting a coffee in France

Learn the Basics of Broadband from Our Limited Series – 4 week email course. Pew Charitable Trusts

How does broadband internet reach our homes, phones, and tablets? What kind of infrastructure connects us all together? What are the major barriers to broadband access for Ame

1 in 36 kids are diagnosed with autism. What’s behind the increase?

With conditions that require a complicated diagnostic process, it's typical for less advantaged children to lag behind, so the increase suggests more children of color are now

Montana Senator Jon Tester, Senate Republicans Introduce Bipartisan Bill to Stop Foreign Adversaries from Buying U.S. Farmland

The Protecting America’s Agricultural Land from Foreign Harm Act would prohibit China, Russia, Iran, and North Korea from purchasing or leasing U.S. farmland

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