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“Dear Climate” is a playful yet dark invitation to meet climate change

An art project invites viewers to reconsider their relationship to global warming.

Lessons in good design from the 1952 Herman Miller Catalogue

Here's why buying Design Within Reach was such a good idea: It takes Herman Miller back to its roots.

Moby speaks for the bees: “If the bees go, we’re next.”

As part of a new Hollywood Food Voices PSA series, electronic musician/DJ Moby speaks about his passion for bees and very real threat of their disappearance.

Bison Help Put the “Prairie” Back in Prairie State

Bison roundup to help conservation efforts 2 hours outside Chicago, Illinois.

The sharing economy comes into the commercial kitchen

Commercial kitchens are really expensive to build. Why not share?

Futuristic suit cleans the air around the wearer

What if clothing could filter pollution out of the air around your body?

Take a stand against factory farming by signing the 4F Pledge

A new campaign launched by the Organic Consumers Association strives to educate people about the evils of factory farming and encourages them to refuse to eat those products.

Spiral stair is sleek and "sustainable".

Norwegian architect Tron Meyer cuts a stair out of solid engineered wood.

8 years later: the state of the bees

The New York Times breaks down years of bee news and bee research for us

Teenager invents faster way to clean up toxic tar sands waste using sand and bacteria

The breakthrough also scored 18-year-old Hayley Todesco a Google Science Fair Award.

Summing up yök Casa + Cultura with upcycled cardboard furniture, VOC-free paint and sustainable tourism

This is my last post about my current eco-venture in Barcelona: yök Casa + Cultura. We believe that good tourism is possible thanks to common sense, eco-design and working for People, Planet and Profit.

Photo: Vivid orange and black treehopper

This is another example of Ecuador’s amazing insect diversity.

Reclaimed wooden "zome" structures are an expression of nature's double helix

Echoing the helical forms found in nature, the "zome" looks like a dome, but has some unique geometric and acoustic properties that make it a bit different.

Maine conference brings together the "most experienced passive house minds on the planet"

It's the first conference of the North American Passive House Network and it sounds like it was a lot of fun.

Man arrested with 51 turtles down his pants

Two Canadians have been charged with smuggling and illegal trading.

Cargill announces zero deforestation policy across entire global supply chain

One of the largest agricultural companies in the world has pledged to extend its zero deforestation commitments from just the palm oil sector to its entire supply chain.

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