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Some call waste-to-energy the way of the future, but is it just another short-term fix to our energy and waste problems?
Some of the oldest beauty treatments in the world use flower petals and blossoms.
A sea otter chows down on an octopus.
In support of the Every Kid in a Park initiative, this virtual STEM curriculum & mentoring program encourages kids to build engineering design challenges inspired by nature.
And it is beautiful too.
Little is known about how the famously reclusive giant pandas maneuver in the forests; new data reveals some surprises.
This traditional Japanese method of finishing wood is having a dramatic resurgence.
Take a video tour of this “Gothic, European and whimsical” caravan that's home to an artist and her furry canine friend.
Until their employer agrees to negotiate fairly, farmworkers in Washington state want consumers to avoid all Driscoll's, Häagen-Dazs and Yoplait products that contain berries grown on the notorious Sakuma Brothers farm.
The Apple technology used to sort photos can be used by researchers to monitor individual tigers.
Customizable and playful, this set of simple components is designed to allow you to create any kind of furniture structure you need.
This Kickstarter-funded film delivers a beautiful portrait of permaculture's potential in both rural and urban settings.
Concrete steps in the right direction, but are they doing enough?
To make an extra bit of income and to have a smaller home to live in for the future, this Nashville couple decided to build a modernist micro-home.
This beautiful sunrise was captured at Merced National Wildlife Reserve in Los Banos, California.
Like a gadget from a superhero's gizmo-kit, two engineering students have invented a device to battle blazes with noise – water and toxic chemicals not required.
Good news from Gabon: Conservation efforts in Batéké Plateau National Park are rewarded with a sighting of an animal thought to have disappeared from the region.
Break out the cigars! Long the only lonely representative of its kind, the Judean palm in now reproducing and giving researchers a glimpse back in time.
From nasal lavage to pineapple enzymes, these time-honored home treatments can help ease the misery.
Designed to gradually break down, this lovely design will serve as a memorial to a loved one, while helping to nurture a growing tree