The Best of Fast Company: OceanWorks International Airport, Health Care in the Developing World, and Global Warming PR Stunts

This week at Fast Company, we looked at a proposed offshore airport in San Diego, creative health care ideas for the developing world, global warming PR stunts, and the Bournemouth Reef.

San Diego, California needs a bigger airport, but it doesn't have any space. The solution? Build a massive offshore airport, according to OceanWorksDevelopment.

The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation recently gave 76 grants of $100,000 each to scientists who have come up with creative ways to fight infectious disease in the developing world. Here are some of our favorites.

The Maldives underwater cabinet meeting may have snagged headlines, but it was far from the first global warming PR stunt. We take a look at other stunts that made an impact.

The U.K's Bournemouth Reef will create giant waves for surfers, but it will also be a boon to the local ecosystem--and the tourism industry.

Fast Company sets the agenda, charting the evolution of business through a unique focus on the most creative individuals sparking change in the marketplace.

Tags: Airplanes | Air Travel | Coral Reefs | Developing Nations | Diseases | Global Climate Change

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