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Expedition floats length of Mississippi River on raft made from trash

Recycled Mississippi is traveling the length of one of America's iconic rivers, which also happens to be one of the most polluted, and filming a documentary along the way.

Photo: Eastern kingbird calls family meeting

Our photo of the day is a celebration of family dynamic!

Aye-ayes and slow loris love the booze

Study sheds new light on the origins of humans drinking alcohol.

Beat the heat in the big city

Every city has its secret and not so secret spots where you can cool down with culture.

NOAA turns to drones for Northern Atlantic right whale research

The technology is helping researchers to monitor the critically-endangered North Atlantic right whale.

6 glorious benefits of sweating

From eliminating toxic elements to fighting pathogens, here's a lesson in looking at the bright side.

Handcrafted wood & resin rings hide magical miniature landscapes in them

Each one of these rings are unique, using materials like flowers, gold flakes and ink coloring encased in resin to create a mysterious little diorama on your finger.

When can a child stay home alone?

The answer: "Most likely when you think they're ready" -- but here are a few things to consider anyways.

New micro-library's facade is clad with 2,000 recycled ice cream containers

Built over an existing neighborhood site for gatherings, this new small-scale building will host a number of functions, including that of a small community library.

Just what we needed dept: Yet another Net Zero standard.

Architecture 2030 and the Rocky Mountain Institute introduce the Zero Net Carbon standard. Why?

Ford's tequila sunrise: Partnership with Jose Cuervo may turn agave waste into bioplastic

With most spirits, you don't really want them to come back for a second go-around, especially the morning after, but in this case, it's a good thing.

Photo: Caterpillar sports Generation Z hairdo

This American silkworm moth caterpillar could serve as hair muse for half the teens in NYC.

TreeHugger Interview: Wildlife photographer Melissa Groo

TreeHugger talks with 2017 NANPA Vision Award winner Melissa Groo about her fascinating life, photography, and love of nature.

Microscope reveals key to big efficiency boost for solar cells

Perovskite solar cells are inexpensive and easy to make and they could soon be highly efficient.

Beat the heat: How design can keep you cool

Before air conditioning, architects and designers did their best to maximize shade and ventilation.

Hospital promises to improve food after managers eat it for a whole week

A week of hospital food was enough to convince Ottawa General Hospital's managers and CEO that a major overhaul is needed. It's about time.

London's Oxford Street to be pedestrianized by 2020

The iconic shopping street is an air pollution hotspot. But not for long...

7 groups fighting food waste around the world

Food waste is a problem in every country of the world. Here's what some groups are doing to fight against it and redistribute to those who need it.

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