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The beautiful textures of waves and rock are captured in this photo.
Outrage over the killing of an iconic lion is understandable, but you can turn your anger into action by supporting big cat conservation efforts.
Thousands of pairs of unwanted eyewear are collected and transformed into a unique, twinkling facade for an Istanbul museum.
The Carbuncle Cup Candidate just keeps getting worse and worse.
It's sometimes hard to get a handle on what cohousing is. This can help.
Activists risk arrest in an effort to prevent slow oil drilling exploration in the Arctic.
New website Tech Insider launches with a shot heard 'round the Tiny House world.
A new government initiative called "Childbirth is Normal!" addresses the epidemic of caesarean births plaguing the country.
The lamp could bring light to people without access to electricity.
So many small businesses have bare roofs, it's a great opportunity to generate a lot of clean electricity.
A detailed geological-drilling study warns of threats to the region's monuments, roads, wildlife refuges, and military installations.
“I love the fragile waves in each petal,” writes Kelly Meehan of this flower in Pamplona.
Not exactly Skynet, but nipping it in the bud is the whole point.
‘Knee-high’ piles of the aquatic critters had to be removed with snowplows along the Iowa crossing.
Our summers are getting hotter everywhere and AC is no longer a luxury.
A partnership between Moisson Montreal and the largest grocery chains in the province will continue to salvage hundreds of tons of food that would otherwise be discarded.
Will people still care about protecting nature if robots replace the animals that serve as our closest companions?
“By the word regal, I mean he reminds me of every image I’d ever seen of King Henry the VIII."
The mystery creature continues to evade searchers after a week’s worth of sightings.
We visited Canada's first tiny house festival to find out more about this newly declared eco-residential development in Quebec for homes under 1,000 square feet in size.