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Britain sets target of 57% CO2 cuts by 2030

Brexit or no Brexit, the British government seems intent on communicating its commitment to reducing emissions.

The end of lunch is nigh

Enjoy your sandwich at your desk while you can; even it may disappear.

Photo: Squirrel stops for the camera, strikes a pose

Our photo of the day reveals the elegance of a Western gray squirrel.

Don't be blue; CREE introduces warm LED street lights

The warmer color and better light quality will let you sleep at night.

A picture is worth: Space required to transport 60 people by car, uber and AV

A hilarious remix of a classic image demonstrates that the new high-tech alternatives are not solving every problem.

A guide to ethical and sustainable summer sandals

Keep your feet cool and stylish with high-quality footwear this summer, thanks to the following environmentally minded brands.

Pacific bluefin tuna should be protected under Endangered Species Act

An alliance of environmental groups has petitioned the National Marine Service to consider bluefin tuna and its habitat to be endangered, due to overfishing.

On Independence Day and Canada Day, celebrate the forests that built our two great countries

Over this holiday weekend, both Canada and the United States are celebrating their birthdays. Among the many things these two nations share is a dependence on their forests—which have played a key role in their growth and prosperity...

Man hand-builds awesome amusement park that's inspired by nature (Video)

Shades of Leonardo da Vinci show up in this imaginative "ecological park" in Italy that features hand-crafted kinetic structures to play on.

Google Earth gets a major visual upgrade

The software gets a facelift, letting users virtually travel the world in even greater detail.

5 things to put in a hot dog bun that aren’t meat

These vegetarian hot dog stand-ins don’t rely on fake meat, yay, and let plants-only eaters in on the fun.

Will California start drilling deep for water?

Stanford scientists find a 'water windfall' deep underground; its viability as a resource is problematic, its protection is essential.

More housing units lost to mansions as New York City de-densifies

More proof that it's not nostalgists and NIMBYs causing housing shortages, it's inequality.

Remember Peak Helium and the $150 party balloon?

It seems the helium shortage has been delayed as a big new find will keep Kermit flying

Beru Kids uses leftover textiles to make cute children's clothes

This company is committed to ethics and environmentalism by manufacturing its clothing line in downtown LA, paying fair wages, and repurposing deadstock textiles.

How tiny home living can lead to a more "creative sex life"

We go on about great design ideas for maximizing space in tiny homes. But what about maximizing other more private matters?

Pianist's poignant concert on Arctic ice calls for protected sanctuary (Video)

This week, delegates are meeting to determine the fate of a proposal to protect part of the Arctic. This pianist's moving performance urges people to show their support.

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