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Walmart is asking its suppliers to phase out some bad chemicals such as triclosan. Good news for consumers, if late in coming.
Air conditioning is a big part of our energy consumption, and ice can work like a big AC battery.
Almost three years after the service was first announced, Amazon will soon get its Prime Air off the ground.
Sooner than you think, and with a nice new interior design too.
They haven't built it yet, but eventually this will be a 300+mph, emission-free electric racing plane.
"Most people are already operating ‘off grid’ in different ways to varying degrees, but the vast majority don’t feel the need to make a big lifestyle song and dance about it."
Don't judge a fruit by its surface! Those not-so-pretty scabs and bumps are actually battle wounds and the sign of a stronger, better, more antioxidant-packed food.
Swales, polycultures and self-seeding pumpkins. A productive farm that operates on part-time hours.
With everything happening in one space, studio apartments can often feel too cluttered. This Sydney apartments gets a space makeover with the addition of a clever multifunctional unit that partitions the space and stores things out of sight.
It's not easy being discreet when you have such an impressive set of antlers.
You don't need gables on gables on gables, just keep it simple and elegant.
Coolpeds' iBike aims to relieve two of the most common e-bike pain points: high cost and heavy weight.
The new Volata has a computer and lights built right into the bike. Is this a good idea?
The sensors can report data about mineral levels and heavy metals without the need for lab testing.
Living more than 100 meters below the water's surface, this newly discovered fish has evaded scuba divers for years.
We should address the fundamental issues instead of putting a silicon or lithium band-aid on it.
For environmental reasons, Chiara Appendino is wading into territory that most politicians don't dare go. It's a daring and controversial step for a country deeply attached to its meat.
NASA study explains why two types of climate predictions don't match
Our photo of the day reveals how the warbler got its name.
These organisms are destroying ecosystems across the globe, costing humans billions of dollars in damages.