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RIVER portable battery & solar charger delivers power on the go for off-grid adventures

This mobile solar power station offers a lightweight high-capacity lithium-ion battery with all the bells and whistles.

Eerie "dead mall" films take us deep inside derelict retail giants (Video)

The number of failed retail spaces is growing, and this filmmaker is digitally preserving these places before they are disappear.

Architects finally are taking climate change seriously. Sort of.

Most of them concede that it's happening and is caused by climate, but they are not doing much about it.

Photo: Why do catfish have whiskers?

The wacky whiskers of this striped catfish beg the question: Why?

Kentucky coal museum goes solar (and miners made it happen)

When the coal industry turned its back on workers, they created a powerful solar lobby.

Vancouver Aquarium bans water bottles and other disposable plastics

From now on, thirsty visitors can refill their own bottles at water fountains or grab a reusable cup in the cafeteria.

Apparel brands need to be more transparent about where clothes come from

A new report called 'Follow the Thread' assesses the willingness of 72 companies to publish important supply chain information.

Naked mole-rats can live without oxygen, they just act like plants … wait, what?

In the ever beautifully bizarre world of nature’s strangest mammal, the naked mole-rat can live for nearly 20 minutes without oxygen. Here’s how.

Photo: Three snowy egrets waiting on a log

Our wonderful photo of the day comes from Goleta, California.

6 cosmetics companies with refillable packaging

These makeup brands have cleaned up their packaging along with their ingredient lists.

Tour d'East River: Riding 25 miles of continuous bike lanes

Streetfilms follows a journey that would have been impossible just a few years ago.

Contemporary cork-clad shed lets musician & seamstress work from backyard

Built in one end of a small London garden, this modern work shed uses cork to create a structure that's well-insulated and blends in.

Riese & Muller's new electric cargo bike offers covered hauling for kids, groceries, and more

Transporting one person with minimal gear on a bike is simple, and just about any bicycle can handle it, but if you want to carry kids, a load of groceries, the family dog, or other stuff along with you, a cargo e-bike is the answer...

Southern California is facing a serious tree catastrophe

Stricken sycamores, waning willows, ailing oaks – thanks to years of drought and invasive pests, tens of millions of trees are at imminent risk of a massive die-off.

Big chains are sucking the life and the variety out of our cities

Toronto is now looking at limiting chain stores to preserve neighborhood character. They are not the first to try this.

Tokyo diners can't get enough of insect ramen

When the Ramen Nagi restaurant created a special insect-centric menu just for fun, it sold out within hours.

CO2 heat pumps can heat your home and your hot water

Get rid of fossil fuels and hydrofluorocarbon refrigerants in one fell swoop

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