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And the Oatmeal says " I'm ready for our army of Skynet Marshmallow Bumper Bots."
Despite the fact that livestock production contributes more greenhouse gas emissions than the entire transport sector, there is an appalling unwillingness to change eating habits in order to make a difference.
These adorable little monkeys were photographed in Mindo, Ecuador.
A look at the fallout from the recent oil price crash.
One tiny house builder things we ignore it at our peril. He's right.
Sing along to this fun re-make of “My Favorite Things” from Becky Sterns, Director of Wearable Electronics at Adafruit.
As the fasted heating city in America, Louisville has a vested interest in re-greening its urban core.
Which side of the bed gets the stair? Batlab solves it with two.
Architects are horrified but I am sorry, Chuck gets 7 out of 10 on this one.
If you want to raise appreciative and grateful children, here's what NOT to do.
Using natural materials that she "hunts and gathers," artist Rena Detrixhe embroiders and crochets them into contemplative works.
Creating romantic, shabby chic dresses to elegant, layered European-inspired pieces, designer Jacquie Tsang transforms boring thrift store clothing into something unique and stylish.
Millions of animals are accidentally killed on US roads every year. Here's how one company is turning these sad statistics into something useful, beautiful and respectful.
The Indian solar power market is heating up, really heating up.
Lacking space or gardening skills? This stacking hydroponic garden could help you get more green into your space.
This mobile app aims to promote sustainable practices by merging "physical and digital worlds organically," connecting real-world activities to in-game play in order to teach people how to grow food.
Two deer greet each other in the snow.
This successfully crowdfunded low-tech heater uses candles to warm up your space.
New Yorkers, businesses, and the environment can benefit from new bill being considered by New York City to impose 10-cent fee on every disposable plastic and paper bag.
The tongue-in-cheek name of this publication might imply that we are already pro-hugging, but new research suggests that hugs may have preventative health benefits.