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As you can see above, Chicago was relatively spared with only 900 meters of ice (0.55 miles), but Montréal was deep under 3,300 meters (2.05 miles) of ice.
The cheetah-cub robot is light, fast and agile, which would make it a good fit for search and rescue operations.
Where does Fluffy go when you aren't looking, and just what does Snowball get up to when she leaves the yard? A new study looks at how housecats move around.
The planet has never been seen in such detail before. Thanks to the MESSENGER probe, we can finally see what our neighbor closest to the sun actually looks like.
New York Mayor Mike Bloomberg plans to announce a new composting plan that aims to divert 100,000 tons of food scraps from landfills each year and become mandatory city-wide by 2016.
Jay Rayner questions everything we hold dear and true about local and seasonal food, farmers markets and the food system.
This simple meal comes together quickly, is packed with protein to satisfy your hunger, and is full of flavor to satisfy your taste buds.
For city leaders, raising bus fare by $0.10 likely seemed a paltry increase that few would notice. Instead, it underscored to a multitude that they're voices weren't being heard.
There's all kinds of good news about wind, it doesn't take a weatherman to know which way it blows...
This modular emergency shelter has a simple kit of parts that can be rapidly built with no tools and transported with a small vehicle.
We didn't do a gift guide this year, but we are big on recycling.
Sometimes, when in desperate need of help, these oft-maligned animals evidently suspect that there are still enough good people willing to lend a hand.
A new community-based database helps people encourage their municipality to improve the solar permitting process and guide them toward best practices for residential solar permits.
The Building Resiliency Task Force presented a report to New York Mayor Mike Bloomberg on ways the city should adapt to better handle the next superstorm.
A Vancouver agency goes completely paperless, carless, and fax free.
Many of us barely know our human neighbors, let alone other species living in the same area. This project encourages us to get to know the many overlooked and under-appreciated species that live in our yards, streets, and neighboring wild spaces.
The future of the office isn't about standing or sitting, it's about moving,
Food miles are a simple concept to get. But for truly sustainable food, we must engage with the details.
This colorful salad is filled with flavor and texture, from the sweetness of roasted beets to tart, crunchy apples to savory pisachios. It is a satisfying option for every mood.
At last, outdoor signs that are informative and fun.