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A crew of dedicated scientists in northern California is working hard to restore declining populations of fishers.
This bird has cleverly upcycled a shoe into a nest.
Everybody is calling it the "second spaceship." I wish they would stop.
In the pursuit of easing food waste, here’s what to do when you have more eggs than you can use.
Daniel Lanzilotta sees his artistic practice as a means of raising awareness about plastic pollution.
New research shows that butterflies in Greenland have become smaller in response to increasing temperatures.
Author and bike evangelist Yvonne Bambrick has 14 tips; we add our own.
Early adopters might jump on the fully-loaded, top-of-the-line version, but most will wait for the cheaper ones.
With people living in smaller spaces and with better toilets, perhaps it is.
Using decommissioned paper currency, this designer creates new textiles for a set of simple furniture.
Why do we cling to this kitchen wisdom so strongly? It's time to use some real science to see which ones actually hold water.
Fed up of the distracting noise in open office environments? Curl up in one of these pods and get back to work -- comfortably, that is.
Streaks of orange and red clouds are richly reflected in Great Pond.
The hog-nosed rat (Hyorhinomys stuempkei) possesses traits never seen by the scientific community before.
This might seem like an arcane point, but it's actually crucial to explain why renewables will dominate faster than some people think.
Pedaling for an hour on Manoj Bhargava's 'Free Electric' hybrid bike can supply 24 hours of electricity for a rural household.
Is the dream of sustainable agriculture a nightmare for the beef industry?
Quick take: Stop talking about energy and start talking about comfort, security and quiet.
These hardy plants have met an adversary worse than drought.
Winter is coming. This may be the answer to the locavore's prayers.