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A saltwater mixture can power this DIY flashlight for two continuous hours. A great addition to your emergency kit!
Beekeeping can be intimidating. Now honeybee enthusiasts can rent a hive, and have it cared for by expert beekeepers too.
NYU researchers have created the tiny flying robot to eventually aid in search and rescue missions.
A trip to Metro Detroit is incomplete without a pilgrimage to Eastern Market.
Breathing is no optional, so air pollution matters. Recent studies by the World Health Organization (WHO) have shown that air pollution kills more people than AIDS and malaria combined and causes cancer.
A reuse-theme craft fair is happening this weekend.
Host a little bit of nature on your desk or counter with this beautiful aquatic ecosystem that integrates aquaponics with a tiny aquarium.
I came across a very interesting crowd-funded project that aims to raise awareness about the great bird migration that takes place between Africa and Eurasia each year.
Mira Schröder lives and works in a shop where she can make her bed disappear.
But will the biomass replacing it at one power plant any better for the environment?
Michael Pollan's latest book is a wonderful exploration of how cooking connects us all, socially and ecologically.
Doh! Feeling down? Look at a whale in the forest.
One of the big problems with fighting overfishing is that the quality of the data is often bad. A lot of fishing takes place off the books.
This photo from 2011 shows houses stranded near Pea Island NWR after Hurricane Irene blew through the area. With climate change causing both stronger storms and rising sea levels, beach front property is no longer the investment it once was.
The media coverage of Tesla accidents seems to have quieted down for now, probably because the news cycle is so fast and journalists have moved on to something else (or everybody's in a food coma because of thanksgiving).
Consumption is the theme of this year's Prix Pictet and there are many different interpretations of it.
Over a thousand cyclists demand a safe cycling road network.
Talk about an idyllic scene. This is Old Chevak, a village in Alaska abandoned decades ago due to flooding during high storm tides. The old buildings still provide an incredible setting for sunrises and sunsets, and a beautiful place to visit.
A smart water meter powered by the flow of water through it is said to be able to save users up to $135 a year on water and energy costs.
The Cincinnati Public Library, demolished in 1955, was shockingly gorgeous.