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Fungi can recycle your smartphone battery

The best way to extract all of those valuable minerals in old electronics may be to grow some fungus.

Is air conditioning a human right?

Prisoners are dying in Texas and Louisiana prisons from heat stroke. Is this cruel and unusual punishment?

Eco-shed wins the Shed of the Year competition

It's only the second time that the treehugger types get the big prize

5 simple steps to prevent teen obesity and eating disorders

New guidelines from the American Academy of Pediatrics offer a single approach comprised of five simple and sensible strategies.

'The Waste Not, Want Not Cookbook' shows you how to shop, cook and eat with minimal waste

Food waste is a huge global issue, but one that can be fought by changing our cooking strategies at home. Learn how to use ingredients more effectively in order to make a difference.

Don't call New York's proposed Low Line a park; it isn't.

We shouldn’t even think about giving cars all the fresh air and sunlight while relegating people to basements that pretend to be parks.

Photo: The Wave reveals a secret sky

This phenomenally photogenic formation shows its playful side.

Here's a great way to reduce your carbon footprint: take transit

It makes more of a difference than just about anything else that you do.

Nutrition Facts labels will reveal how much added sugar is in your food

Starting in 2018, the FDA will require food manufacturers to list added sugars separately from total sugars. This is a real victory for a country suffering the health consequences of excessive sugar consumption.

Photo: Pair of tamarins spooning in a tree

This ball of saddleback tamarins takes cute to a whole new level.

Monkeys steal human hair to floss their teeth (video)

Macaques, they’re just like us! Just cuter and more resourceful...

Melbourne, Australia is the most liveable city in the world

What makes a city liveable is the big question: are their criteria the right ones?

Take a spin in the ReActor House

This shipping container sized house is built to tilt and rotates too.

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