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Move over, Ice Bucket Challenge. Experience the clean water crisis firsthand, and help alleviate water poverty for some of the 2.5 billion people without access to clean water, with the 4Liters challenge.
Some things are a lot easier and less expensive if you have foresight.
What about you? Would a $10,000 tax credit make it more likely for your next vehicle to be a plug-in?
It's the election cycle, and Agenda 21 has become an issue.
Google leaving the anti-climate action lobby group is one thing. Occidental Petroleum is quite another.
We're not the only ones obsessed with pee-cycling, apparently.
Now this is clever: architects design cheap folding carriers to make everyday tasks better on a bike.
Alfalfa seeds and pine resin are two major sources of material for these new batteries.
With only a handful of pure ingredients, you can whip up a batch of homemade lotion bars that moisturize skin beautifully and will impress anyone who tries them.
This photo, taken on September 28, shows how fall is starting to show its colors.
Fertilizers used in conventional farming are exposing us to higher levels of this heavy metal.
What’s trending: A meal subscription service that’s good for the environment and even better for your hectic schedule.
Here is a great example of a modern adaptation of modern needs to a UNESCO Heritage site.
What the public really needs to hear about recent news downgrading the hitchhiker hazards of rock snot
This twist on analog timekeeping promises to help us shift the way we see time, and to stop chasing every minute.
Some philosophers think we should end all suffering by "phasing out" predators.
Part of a fascinating experiment in Denmark, Arkitema Architects have designed a house that is supposed to last 150 years.
Could this be the future of furniture? A flat pack, modular system built with recyclable, lightweight paperboard that can be customized like a puzzle piece, thanks to its taped joints.
This is a good step in the right direction for this Canadian outdoor retailer that likes to be at the forefront of ethical business practices.
Our commenters helped determine that the species of this cool tropical flower is Kohleria affinis.