There is ample evidence that a region’s diversity across multiple demographics has a direct impact on its economic output as diverse cities and metros tend to perform better economically. According to a report by the financial […]
Utah doesn’t haven’t a reputation as alcohol friendly, but a recent insurgence of local breweries and distilleries could change that. In March, the Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control (DABC) issued a manufacturing license to Utah’s […]
Suburban sprawl costs the United States over $1 trillion a year according to a new report by LSE Cities and the Victoria Transport Policy Institute. According to the report, sprawl has social and economic costs […]
It has been a good week for solar energy enthusiasts in Utah.