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In our hyperconnected and always-on culture, stepping away from our gadgets for one day can be a move in the right direction for slowing down and connecting with people, not screens.
While the octopus is all too frequently cast aside as an odd slimy thing only good for dinner, these remarkable animals are some of the most fascinating creatures on the planet.
The tiny house movement goes to the dogs with this $30,000 dream house.
This generation of shoppers has new interests and priorities when it comes to choosing what to buy at the grocery store, and Big Food is the antithesis of many of them.
I thought the ELF was a great new idea; turns out our hero was there first.
Molded out of plant-based bioplastics and sitting on a wooden base, this curvaceous piece combines traditional craftsmanship and new industrial design.
These birds are commonly called Purple Sandpipers, although they have only the faintest of purple glosses in the winter.
Improvements between 11 and 15 years of age, when lungs grow quickly, remain for the rest of a kid's life.
Combining elements of natural beekeeping, citizen science, open source hardware, and networked smart devices, these DIY beehives could be a powerful tool in the fight against Colony Collapse Disorder.
From aquabob to zawn, writer Robert Macfarlane's collection of unusual, achingly poetic words for nature create a lexicon we all can learn from.
Ringling Brothers and Barnum & Bailey Circus announced today that it will stop using elephants in their shows by 2018.
It's time to compost these straw-man arguments for good.
Tiny houses aren't the only way to downsize and live comfortably with less; this insightful documentary looks into the stories of some who have chosen full-time mobile living in RVs, modified vans and more.
The pod people manage to come up with some justifications.
Craig Watts has taken yet another step against Perdue's incessant 'retaliatory inspections' by submitting a formal complaint to the Department of Labor. Perdue isn't impressed.
Constructed using recycled materials, this minimalist cabin features a facade that doubles as a climbing wall and overlapping interior spaces.
A snowy owl with a piercing gaze.
“Typically 20 percent of every shower, the duration, is essentially lost."
They make cars. And you'll notice, these e-bikes are sitting in front of cars. Ford cars. So what's this company up to? Possibly just prototype PR.
Americans are spending a smaller percentage of their income on food than previous generations. Is that a good thing?