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Warning: animal loving TreeHuggers might not like this multi-tool that stabs, shoots and chops.
Open the pod bay doors, Hal
How six young men are pursuing ‘adventure for adventure’s sake’ as they paddle upstream across the North American continent this year.
Cotswold Way in England is captured in full bloom.
No electrocuted thief found yet...
The rupture spilled thousands of gallons of oil, contaminated at least four miles of beach and spread into the ocean.
From egg to buzzing pollinator, a photographer captures the secret life of bees and it’s nothing short of mesmerizing.
Elora Hardy and her team of designers, artisans, and builders at Ibuku are reimagining sustainable building, using one of nature's strongest and most versatile materials.
Not very much like the cute little red box in Sweden.
The tallest wood building in North America is completed and it is stunning.
The algorithm in your brain that allows you to ride a bike is very complex and unconscious. Change one thing, and it doesn't work.
Designer Phil Davidson said he began working with barrels after learning that they weren’t being recycled in his area.
Long admired for its beneficial medicinal properties, Alaskan farmers are happy to find that this Siberian herb loves their climate.
Google is partnering with researchers to create time-lapse videos for studying our changing world.
I never knew garage sales were such a big deal, until I moved to a small town where there's not much else happening on Saturday mornings in the summertime -- and then I, too, became addicted.
An unbearably cute kit fox kit spotted in California.
Our favorite designers working with sustainable principles at the Manhattan interior design show.
Instead of banning neonicotinoid pesticides, as the European Union has already done, the EPA will simply begin another long round of evaluations.
The fruit company has been hiring world experts in electric car batteries.
Who said fossil fuels were cheap?