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Today is the first official Asteroid Day (co-founded by Dr. Brian May, Queen guitarist and astrophysicist!)

All our efforts to make the world a better place will be in vain if a big enough space rock hits us.

Pop-up prefab units build Barcelona up, rather than sprawl out (Video)

These premade apartment units are lifted on top of the city's old buildings, making use and maximizing space on Barcelona's "forgotten rooftops."

Supreme Court disagrees with EPA's process in mercury regulations

A cost-benefit analysis seems appropriate for any major regulation -- but at what point in the process?

Photo: Fox cubs alert on the trail

Our photo contributor writes that the young foxes are looking towards their mom.

Should so-called "Poor Doors" have been banned in New York City?

They are a lot better than the alternative, which is less affordable housing in decent parts of town.

Frame your face with wooden eyewear made with pedal power and salvaged wood

Looking for a unique and sustainable eyewear option? Featherwood Frames makes one-of-a-kind glasses with pedal power.

Can cities be too successful?

It's not just London that's eating itself; many superficially successful cities are going down the same path.

Lupita Nyong’o joins campaign to end the global ivory trade

The conservation non-profit WildAid announced today that actress Lupita Nyong’o will join their campaign to end the international ivory trade.

Lavender lube has none of the chemicals of many 'personal lubricants'

Jeffrey Hollender of Seventh Generation and his daughter founded a company to take the stigma out of women carrying condoms, and now he's taking the toxins out of lubricants.

Ditch the laundry jugs and go plastic-free

What's the point of doing laundry with non-toxic soap if it still produces loads of un-recycled plastic waste?

Physicist's hyperrealistic origami art bridges nature, math and science (Video)

Believe it or not, these folded works of wonder are created from a single sheet of paper -- no cuts, no glue.

Nanogenerator harvests energy from the friction of rolling tires

The technology could give both gas and electric cars a major mileage boost.

Is fracking now doomed in the UK?

In a surprise decision, a local council just defied government and planners to reject fracking.

10 barbecue foods dangerous for pets

From ribs and onions to chips and corn, these barbecue-friendly foods can be cruel to dogs and cats.

Undulating Wave Cabinet opens and closes fluidly (Video)

Made out of dozens of interlinked wooden slats, this handmade cabinet has a surprise for you.

Tesla has started rolling out next-generation liquid-cooled Superchargers (video)

The smaller stations run cooler, and could potentially be used to charge Teslas even faster than the current 120-kilowatt rate.

Sustainable forestry is about more than just trees: it's also about culture, history and politics

On Haida Gwaii, trees are living spirits. That complicates things when you want to chop them down.

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