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A majority of Americans support clean energy. Here are some simple ways to support it, even if you can't install solar panels.
Beautiful and long-lasting clothes make for holiday wonderful gifts.
Experiential gifts are growing in popularity because they create wonderful, long-lasting memories and don't clutter the house with unnecessary stuff.
This sleek wooden prototype is an updated version of the dandy horse, a precursor of today's bike that is propelled by the feet.
An American Robin is about to eat a berry.
Virtual batteries can be found in the most unlikely places...
Patagonia's Worn Wear events, held in collaboration with sharing start up Yerdle, offer a different, more sustainable vision of Black Friday.
Made with simple materials, this extraordinary instrument creates experimental acoustic sounds that sound eerie yet beautiful.
BeGood wants to reduce waste, instead of promote overconsumption, and has come up with an awesome plan to do so.
"Why on earth would they buy a coal mine that would lock its ratepayers and the surrounding community into decades of coal pollution?"
Using self-similar repetitions of forms found in nature, this artist creates exquisite works that resemble marine life.
UK-based charity Tree Aid offers a deceptively simple strategy for protecting the environment and reducing poverty.
Threadflip provides another way to discover, buy, and sell used women's fashion and accessories, right from your smartphone.
This photo was taken in Hampton Beach.
By controlling portion size and refusing to overeat, particularly in restaurants, we can reduce food waste and remind ourselves of the true value of food.
The tech company is helping to track illegal fishing around the world.
Billions of paper cups per year are tossed...and counting (upwards)! Percentage recycled? Poor to lousy. Prognosis? There's still time.
This prototype bicycle camper seems like a great idea, but is it?
Using recycled materials and hydroponics, this floating barge doubles as a food-growing greenhouse for communities that don't have access to arable land.