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The UN Environment Program takes aim at unsustainable consumption in 2015.
Insulation in a tent makes as much sense as it does in a house, if you can get it right.
Meat-eaters are unlikely to have a vegetarian epiphany while going cold tofurkey for a week. But if the focus were on the glory of vegetables, and how awesome vegetarianism or flexitarianism can be, then perhaps it would be more effective.
For backpackers wanting something other than solar power.
This striking pool is Biscuit Basin in Yellowstone National Park.
Air Shepherd is matching unmanned aerial vehicles with super computers to help rangers stop the slaughter – during tests in one area where 19 rhinos are typically killed monthly, there were zero deaths for 6 months.
Batteries powered by the pesky polystyrene packing material? Researchers say their new process creates better batteries with less environmental impact.
Instead of adding a lot of noise and pollution to your backyard garden with a gas-powered tiller, build a DIY solar-powered version that's clean and quiet.
New study shows that “flower-enriched” farms help wild bee populations.
It is absolutely stunning, modern and minimalist. I wish I could just stop there.
If environmental harm and public health impact aren't enough to help someone quit smoking, these high-definition images showing the effects of tobacco in the womb may do the trick.
A fail-safe filter that delivers water easily with a sip or a squeeze could save lives in places where water-borne illnesses thrive, but look for it first as a trendy gym accessory.
High-end materials meets smart home automation in this country-styled tiny home.
Ready to start planting? Let the kids take care of these.
Feel as great as you smell with these perfumes that are free from phthalates, parabens, solvents, and other nasty chemicals.
Using clay and more, this artist makes nature's principle of metamorphosis visible in ephemeral forms.
Photo taken in Morro Bay, California.
These shipping container growing units from Freight Farms feature high-density vegetable & herb production, and include everything needed to go from seed to table, year-round, in a fraction of the space as a conventional greenhouse.
How will they possibly make these inherently inefficient slivers sustainable?
Less than 0.01% have failed, way below the industry average for engine troubles in traditional vehicles.