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Paul Berry is Founder and CEO of RebelMouse and Soho Tech Labs, started in 2012 with Lerer Ventures and Jonah Peretti. Paul was previously Chief Technology Officer of pioneering Huffington Post Media Group where he led product, design, infrastructure and engineering. Under Paul's technology leadership, The Huffington Post became one of the fastest growing media properties in history, leading up to its sale to AOL. Prior to joining Huffington Post, Paul built Avaaz.org and 236.com. Before that, he was CTO of CharterMac, a public real estate finance company.
He holds a Masters in Technology from NYU's ITP Program where he focused on social software and contagious media. Previously Paul was also VP of Internet at Palo Alto Software, where he developed partnerships and built platforms for MSN, Yahoo!, WSJ and dozens of others.
Paul can be found on twitter @teamreboot
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In 2018, there were about 5 million electric cars on the road globally. It sounds like a large number, but with well over a billion cars worldwide, electric vehicles are still only a small percentage.
By Byron Reeves, Nilam Ram and Thomas N. Robinson
There's a lot of talk about digital media. Increasing screen time has created worries about media's impacts on democracy, addiction, depression, relationships, learning, health, privacy and much more. The effects are frequently assumed to be huge, even apocalyptic.
By Raphael Tsavkko Garcia
Rarely has something so precious fallen into such unsafe hands. Since Jair Bolsonaro took the Brazilian presidency in 2019, the Amazon, which makes up 10 percent of our planet's biodiversity and absorbs an estimated 5 percent of global carbon emissions, has been hit with a record number of fires and unprecedented deforestation.
Microsoft announced ambitious new plans to become carbon negative by 2030 and then go one step further and remove by 2050 all the carbon it has emitted since the company was founded in 1975, according to a company press release.