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Its contrast of rust and lush vegetation against the city skyline acts as an easy allegory for degradation and renewal.
It's Friday, the week is almost over. Time to look back at some highlights from this week in transportation!
Much of the design coverage this week came from New York Design Week, although the two top stories are about tiny houses.
With more composting and recycling, the city's eateries aim to send less to the landfill.
Urban environments are putting new kinds of evolutionary pressures on many species, including cockroaches.
Claesson Koivisto Rune are architects of everything from prefabs to lamps. Can they solve a huge problem in Africa?
A decade ago she saw it coming and now it might actually finally be arriving.
The sun, to many of us, is like water to a fish. Very important, but we kind of forget about it because it's always been there.
Staying visible on a bike at night has never been so fun. Crank your bike up to 11.
German brewers have sent a letter to various officials in Berlin to voice their concern that shale gas exploitation via fracking could endanger the water supply on which they depend.
Residents in North Omaha want clean energy, not the coal pollution they're getting now.
The British grocery giant hopes to prevent food waste
Just as we saw following Hurricane Sandy, the devastating tornado that hit Moore, Oklahoma raised the question of whether the storm could be attributed to climate change. Either way, Andrew Revkin notes, this is less important in the short-term.
The notion of 'nesting' takes on new meaning with these beautifully transformed suitcases, fit for the birds.
Colourful and unexpected, this installation uses hundreds of bottles to create a simple shelter.
This simple and easy recipe is perfect for summer grilling.
Unlike some previous footage, fleeting and grainy, here we're lucky enough to see a Javan leopard getting all cozy in front of the camera.
Google, already an investor in the clean energy startup, apparently decided that if owning part of it was good, owning all of it would be even better!
The recent Bangladesh factory collaspe sparks qustions about cheap clothes.
It's about time that we stopped wasting drinking water to flush away our waste; Allison Bailes did it and isn't complaining.