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Battery-free LED bike lights offer pedal-powered illumination

Reelight's NEO bike lights promise an easy-to-mount friction-free generator for a virtually endless energy source.

Tesla doing safety checks at Superchargers, provides instructions for self-check

So far only one Model S has had an issue with the seatbelt assembly, but safety first: If you have a Tesla, make sure to get it checked.

10 alternatives to the soul-suck of shopping on Black Friday

Ways to spend the day for those who'd like to skip the whole 'bloodsport of mass consumerism' thing.

Photo: Web-throwing spider waits for its next prey

This type of spider is commonly called a net-casting spider or an ogre-faced spider.

Now Alberta is phasing out coal too

Canada's Texas appears to be going green. And environmentalists and oil companies alike are celebrating.

Do recycled feathers make your down coat more ethical?

Recycled down is an emerging trend in outdoor gear. We ask if it’s eco-friendly.

Google Glass heads into the operating room

The optical display device that is often the subject of ridicule has proven itself to be a very valuable asset to surgeons.

Scottish architect's Design-Build company MAKAR is doing wonders with wood

MAKAR is doing the kind of work that puts North American architects and builders to shame.

Let’s talk turkey: Collaboration is for the birds

The wild turkey population has declined 15 percent in recent years.

Cradle to Cradle products could be key to a healthy house

C2C products were featured in the Unity Home seen at Greenbuild.

Add these fall vegetables to your culinary repertoire

It's not time to go back to the supermarket yet! Enjoy the wonderful late fall produce that is still available.

WaterAid's poop emoji app offers a new way to give a crp

World Toilet Day was yesterday, but you can still send your favorite swirly around to amuse, offend, or motivate others.

'Biodegradable' plastics are not so great for the oceans, says UN

It doesn't actually biodegrade in most ocean conditions, and it probably shouldn't be recycled with other plastics.

10 homemade beauty treatments using leftover pumpkin

Ditch the synthetic products and put some surplus squash to good use instead.

Statoil follows Shell out of Alaska

The Norwegian oil company announced that’s its ended its plans to drill in Alaska.

'In Defense of Food' documentary is coming soon

Michael Pollan's food advice will be mandatory holiday viewing for any health- and green-minded individuals.

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