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Lyft and Uber Can Now Legally Give You a Ride to San Francisco International Airport

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Lyft and Uber can now legally pick you up or drop you off at San Francisco’s International Airport as both companies have just signed a new agreement with the airport. This is big news since prior to the signed agreements, for-hire vehicles operating at the airport without permission were considered to be trespassing. Now, if you need a ride to the airport or a ride to your hotel after your land at SFO, a Lyft or Uber driver can help you without getting in trouble.

MGM Installs the Largest Rooftop Solar Array in the US – and it Only Powers 1/5 of the Hotel

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When you think Las Vegas you might not think about sustainability, but that’s all starting to change – in a big way. MGM Resorts announced that it has installed the largest rooftop solar array in the US – the second biggest in the entire world – on top of the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino. Now, before you get too excited, keep in mind that the stunningly massive array will only generate a mere 1/5 of the building’s needs.

INFOGRAPHIC: What’s Ahead for an Overpopulated Planet

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Right now there are 7 billion people on the planet and that number keeps growing. To support that many people, the planet’s natural resources have been stretched to capacity. Now add 3 billion more people to that total and you have a picture of what the future holds. By 2050 there could be a total of 10 billion people on the planet – that’s a lot of people and a massive amount of resources. Keeping 10 billion people alive on the planet could require an astonishing three Earth’s worth of resources to supply enough water, energy and food necessary for survival. So what does the future hold for an overpopulated world? Norwich University explains it all with this fascinating infographic.

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