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Do people have the right to say no to corporations that come into their communities and create environmental and health risks? In Israel, the public is proving that they do.
It seems that these days you can build just about anything with a CNC machine.
It took us long enough to get one - now Portlanders in in the inner city are enjoying hot summer and orange bikes.
Our photo of the day reveals the angelic side of an energetic tern.
It appears that they have turned out to be a bad investment.
Animals painted with fantastical realism undergo an extraordinary transformation in these large-scale artworks.
New study says simple adjustments to a car's ventilation system during traffic jams can reduce exposure to pollutants by up to 76 percent.
On National Dog Day, a look at the question of doggie density
Sitting like a white-shelled organism on the landscape, these hi-tech tents offer a glamorous camping experience.
There's a lot for TreeHuggers to love about the little operating system.
This food label platform takes complex food data and turns it into easy-to-understand and actionable information that fits our own health goals.
Happy birthday, National Park Service!
Watch Yoko and Setsuko descend into the dark watery caves to catch super venomous snakes with their bare hands.
They save concrete and look great after all these years.
Grown-ups frolicking in an abandoned Italian resort reminds us that playing isn’t just for kids.
A look at some of the great photographs
Acton Ostry's Brock Commons student residence goes up ahead of schedule
This self-built tiny home looks like a shed on the outside, but hides a beautiful, modern interior within.
Should we care where our electrons come from?