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Children's rights are consistently violated in the context of environmental pollution, which is why Human Rights Watch has submitted a report with a loud and clear message to the United Nations. It's time to take action.
The first ever global study of the iconic cats found that things are worse than expected.
This sprawling family of thorn-mimicking insects is one of the most wonderfully weird ones around.
The GeoOrbital Wheel promises speeds of 20 mph, a 50 mile range, and drop dead simple installation.
There is some wonderful stuff to read and remember.
Scientists reveal the reptiles that get the most public attention in order to address conservation issues.
Home office sheds are made from jet fuselages. Will this idea fly?
Saying goodbye to meat has never been easier with the interesting cookbooks now on the market.
When humans and robots work together at waste facilities, more recyclable materials are correctly sorted.
According to chemistry, these 6 simple steps can extend the life of your pretty posies.
Particulates are a becoming a major health concern and the new HEPA filter on the Tesla cleans them up fast.
Fun with Dick and Jane
The British actress is a staunch supporter of sustainable and ethical fashion, as well as extending the lifespan of garments with her #30wears campaign.
This mobile energy source includes solar panels, battery, and power inverter, all in a single, easy to transport package, for access to clean energy both day and night.
Coffee roasting and grinding exposes workers to the same damaging chemical that made microwave popcorn workers sick. What do you need to know if you grind or roast your own?
Our reader photo of the day is a lesson in location, location, location.
Which really, is how every building and office should be designed.
Argentine ants like those in your kitchen are ruthless invaders, hungrily vying for world domination, but they may have met their match in the form of the winter ant.
Gaze into the (fake!) eyes of these master mimics for a glimpse into Mother Nature's sly side.
Scenes from Brooklyn and Toronto show a lot more than bikes in these supposedly safe places.