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How do we get from our current dirty energy dependence to 100% clean energy? This renewable energy roadmap shows the way.
The indestructible smartphone hasn't been made yet... But some seem more durable than others.
RVs and boats have many things to teach us about living in small spaces while using minimal resources.
But it goes beyond that to include reducing, reusing, and repurposing.
But there are still 500 other food products that contain this chemical foaming agent, so watch out.
Found only in one single river valley in southeast Australia, these rare, giant earthworms grow large and live long.
Made almost twenty years ago, this breathtaking art installation of sand and water can still be seen today in Egypt.
If you're not a fan of knitting by hand, this build-it-yourself 3D knitting machine can help you make your own garments quickly and on an open source platform.
As more and more people kick cars out of their lives and switch to bicycling, the infrastructure must also change.
Made in L.A., this sustainable clothing and accessories company is crowd-funding a versatile product inspired by travel.
Cleverly frosted and decorated to look like real houseplants, you can have your garden and eat it too with these delicious cupcakes.
Here's a first for Indonesia, a country of around 240 million people with big environmental issues.
Here are a few tricks to prevent rust in the first place, and to get rid of it when you have it.
There is a lot to learn from the fire last May at the head offices of Organic Valley. But don't blame green building design.
To promote their fantastic garden grant program, Seeds of Change is bringing a seed vending machine and photo booth to several US cities, where visitors can tweet for seeds.
Little has been known about the period of time bookended by turtles hatching and then reappearing in waters near the coastline.
I know that many of you can't get enough of Elon Musk, one of the rare entrepreneurs who is tackling big problems in difficult industries because he thinks they're going to make the biggest difference to the future of humanity.
This is an Allen's hummingbird, which on average reaches only 3 to 3.5 inches in length.
It is a closed circuit that takes the moisture and heat out of the exhaust air and recirculates it.
There's nothing like a good fart joke. Green energy suppliers Ecotricity are using a little toilet humor to encourage consumers to reject fracked gas.