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Despite their name, rare earth metals aren't actually that rare, but they are important for a variety of green technologies.
This smart redesign of the common garage uses solar power to optimize the charging of electric vehicles and the germination of food crops.
Researchers at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory has shown what they call the "first fully integrated nanosystem for artificial photosynthesis".
Like in Groundhog Day, we have to relive the same day over and over again, not to become a better person and get the girl, but to break through the public perception that somehow there's still a scientific debate on global warming.
This app helps you put your money where your mouth is by only buying products from companies that reflect your principles.
It is Endangered Species Day and we are acknowledging it by bringing attention to these feline species that are on the verge of disappearing.
A different spin on the classic favorite potato leek soup, this version has a bit extra flavor, in the form of roasted poblano.
Although the technology has quickly become quite sophisticated, the materials used in 3D printers have been slow to catch up... Until now.
It may be old, dirty and coal powered now, but it was once a vision of a brighter future, was a giant stimulus project and helped win WWII.
Recent research shows that growing tomatoes indoors with LEDs produces more nutrient-rich fruit than when growing with fluorescent lights.
If you are visiting London this summer, or just like garden porn, this is the book for you.
World's first solar-powered back-country survival tablet -- this revolutionary tablet is engineered for the most extreme of outdoor situations so you can stay safe while staying off the grid.
Who says the motto "to protect and serve" only apply to people?
If you already commute to work on your bike, that's great, just keep doing what you do. But if you don't, it's a great time to give it a try and see why so many swear by it.
With Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg facing criticism for supporting Keystone XL pipeline, a comedy duo mocks Facebook "Mess" Everything Up Department.
A new study published by The Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences serves as a great example of the interconnectedness of nature and how human activity can disrupt life-sustaining systems.
Yesterday, two activists moored their tiny lobster boat infront of a giant coal tanker, successfully halting the delivery of 40,000 tons of central Appalachian coal.
These recipes are simple and delicious -- and they'll help you feel proud about your food's small carbon footprint.
Plastic is all around us. Zeale of Boulder, Colorado has found a way to made high-grade optical lenses out of plant-based materials. They are made from castor oil, that old bane of childhood.
Last September, more than 550,000 volunteers in 97 countries gathered on beaches and along waterways around the globe with one goal in mind -- to clean things up.