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With most fundraisers lost in a sea of sugar and junk food, an ingenious company called FarmRaiser is showing schools that there is an alternative and much healthier option that embraces local food vendors. It's about time!
A swan extends its wings, making for a picture-perfect action shot.
This quick project makes a useful emergency flashlight while recycling your leftover cardboard.
The iSIS Freeloader battery pack and Supercharger solar panel, when combined with the CamCaddy camera battery charger, make up a solid globetrotting gadget-charging bundle.
New tracers that can identify fracking fluids in the environment will help to hold poor operators accountable
A new report ranks countries by their green investments, and also compares performance to our perceptions.
Have you ever seen a mantis like this before?
Wildlife photography has been celebrated for 50 years now, and it's getting better and better.
The California town has become the latest battle ground in the soda wars, with a November ballot proposal to tax drinks with added sugar.
Tables turned: dogs can be allergic to human dander just like humans can be allergic to dog hairs.
Instead of downloading yet another health app, try Carrot instead. It promises to seamlessly deliver fresh, quality nutrients to your body, wirelessly.
It's an innovative scheme to clean the city's air, and to get people to think differently about how pollution can be transformed into something valuable.
From LED lights to hybrid and electric cars, are new technologies making a positive difference?
Winter camping is a great way to get outside during the cold months, provided you plan ahead in detail. Here are some tips on how to get started.
NOAA researchers are observing and taking photographs of endangered killer whale species with the technology.
This chipmunk looks cute as can be in the greenery.
When the incumbents do everything in their power to keep you out of the market, rather than try to compete with you directly on the merit of their products, you know you're on to something.
Had they "cracked the code" of high rise prefab? Apparently not.
Home-use pesticides many have worrisome toxins, so researchers set out to learn if the natural alternatives are effective.
By delivering local food products to cafes, restaurants, and catering businesses with solar-powered electric cargo trikes, Foodlogica aims to clean up the last leg of the local food transport system.