For 7 years, British Columbia has had a resoundingly successful carbon tax. Maybe we should have one too. https://t.co/dtxEXgFfgT
Copenhagen Wheel competing for Dyson Award
Looks like the Copenhagen Wheel Adam was so gaga about has topped the list of US regional entries, and will compete against 17 other inventions from around the world for the James Dyson Award of design.
The winner will be announced on August 24, but in the meantime, we can all enjoy the snappy marketing video above. At a retail price of $600, the Copenhagen Wheel may be priced low enough to make a big splash. MIT’s Senseable City Lab (the wheel’s designers) says to look for the wheel in stores by June 2011.