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The old is new again with Nail Laminated Timber

It's simple, it's been around forever, and it's making a comeback

Infographic shows why San Francisco is a food lover's dream

San Francisco is admirably progressive when it comes to reducing food waste and keeping food local and seasonal.

How the round, bee-friendly Sun Hive may help save the bees (Video)

Based on the form of wild bee nests, the Sun Hive is a design that comes out of "bee-centered" apiculture, where the bees' natural tendencies are supported, rather than suppressed. Not surprisingly, bees seem to thrive in these hive...

Audit a MOOC for free to prepare for the upcoming COP21 climate talks

If you ever wanted to be able to speak more knowledgeably about climate change, or just want to see what all the excitement is about Massive Open Online Courses, now is the time!

9 upcycled gifts to make and give this holiday season

Get inspired to make some recycled and one-of-a-kind gifts this holiday season.

People, things and the Best of Show at Greenbuild

There were inspiring people and some neat new things at Greenbuild, and my biggest ever Best of Show.

Watch this massive Sea Organ generate music using tidal waves (Video)

Located on the shore of the Adriatic Sea, this is a real-life "sea organ" that uses wave action to generate eerie sounds.

Home-sized biogas unit turns organic waste into cooking fuel and fertilizer, for under $900

A startup from Israel has developed a home-sized biogas unit that can take organic waste and convert it into enough gas for 2-4 hours of cooking, as well as 5 to 8 liters of organic liquid fertilizer, every single day.

New satellite will measure the health of Earth's plants by looking for their glow

The information it gathers will help us understand how to grow food for an increasing global population without destroying ecosystems.

There's a lot wrong with eating "everything in moderation"

From convincing oneself that dietary habits don't have to change, to fuelling junk food sales and diminishing the intake of really healthy stuff, following the "everything in moderation" rule can be problematic.

Could 3D seaweed farms save our climate and heal our oceans?

From reducing ocean acidification to sequestering carbon, there's much to like about kelp. Oh, and you can eat it too.

Battery-free LED bike lights offer pedal-powered illumination

Reelight's NEO bike lights promise an easy-to-mount friction-free generator for a virtually endless energy source.

Tesla doing safety checks at Superchargers, provides instructions for self-check

So far only one Model S has had an issue with the seatbelt assembly, but safety first: If you have a Tesla, make sure to get it checked.

10 alternatives to the soul-suck of shopping on Black Friday

Ways to spend the day for those who'd like to skip the whole 'bloodsport of mass consumerism' thing.

Photo: Web-throwing spider waits for its next prey

This type of spider is commonly called a net-casting spider or an ogre-faced spider.

Now Alberta is phasing out coal too

Canada's Texas appears to be going green. And environmentalists and oil companies alike are celebrating.

Do recycled feathers make your down coat more ethical?

Recycled down is an emerging trend in outdoor gear. We ask if it’s eco-friendly.

Google Glass heads into the operating room

The optical display device that is often the subject of ridicule has proven itself to be a very valuable asset to surgeons.

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