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Tommy Carlsson uses cheap and simple materials inside and out to build a nice little Swedish box.
The tides are a shifting. Renewables may not dominate the electric grid yet (far from it), but they are growing fast.
Bees explore a field of lavender in Provence, France.
Because who wants to sit on cold stone? Here's the poop on this great find.
Is ZEB the world's toughest green building standard? Does it make sense?
The municipal bylaw in my town states that dogs must be kept on leashes, but owners, for inexplicable reasons, believe the rule doesn't apply to their pets.
With a further $40 million investment on top of an already impressive record, Verizon is positioning itself as the solar leader among communications companies.
Could it be that corporations are realizing that their long-term interests are not aligned with burning up our atmosphere?
A butterfly lands on a Lantana blossom, and shows off its beautiful wings.
Here you’ll find our favorite ways to enjoy this summer staple.
Any way you slice it, a hundred billion yuans is a lot of moolah!
Featuring a handlebar that doubles as a u-lock, a cargo rack, electric assist, auto-shifting, and integrated smart lights, the Denny will be produced by Fuji Bikes next year.
I didn't see this coming. A " Supply Chain Optimization Working Group" is being established.
It's hard to make informed choices when you get bad information...
The world's rarest duck - the Madagascar pochard - needs a new environment if it's going to survive
From what I've heard, Danish people don't think about their "bicycle culture." Bicycling is just a part of life, as ubiquitously invisible to them as checking the mail is to us. In fact, you can go from a sperm bank to the grave on a bicycle.
Americans may not have heard about Tim Hortons, but north of the border it's a big deal, with a big environmental footprint.
In this edition of Town & Country, Katherine and Maggie share how they care for their skin and hair.
Based on the honeycomb, this modular home can be customized with a plethora of options: our favorite is the moveable fireplace wall that opens to the outside.
This DIY project is cheap and easy, and ensures that you won't have a room full of toxic fragrance.