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After mulling over the big New York Times piece from last week, I have some further thoughts on Lanza's approach to fostering independence in kids.
Our photo of the day comes from Kenya's Samburu National Park.
How you choose to start the day will set the tone for the rest of your day, so make those choices wisely.
This "shop-in-a-box" could be a model for a self-contained and low-carbon electric mobility business.
These proposed tiny house building codes will mean safer tiny houses.
From fondue and latkes to waffles and cheesecake, it's time to escape the sweet potato slump.
From frigid naps to diaperless infants to independence at a young age, it takes all kinds to raise the next generation - something that Americans would do well to remember.
Cobalt is used to build lithium-ion batteries found in mobile technology. Much of it comes from Congo, where men, women, and children endure dangerous and unhealthy conditions to satisfy our hunger for new devices. It's time we paid attention.
From cherries and cauliflower to grapes and pumpkins, wonderful things happen when you cook these foods whole.
These units, said to be capable of producing 40-100 gallons of clean water per day, can be powered by solar or solar plus grid power.
Our photo of the day is an explosion of fall color.
Made in Brooklyn, these high-end facial and body treatments come in attractive sustainable packaging and are made using traditional Ayurvedic philosophy.
Scientists conducted an experiment to see how financial incentives can motivate children to establish healthier eating habits over the long-term.
The presence of the huge and distant (and as-of-yet unseen) planet explains many enduring mysteries; now a study suggests it’s responsible for the unusual tilt of the sun.
Lanza is a supporter of the 'playborhood,' an ideal neighborhood in which children are allowed to play freely and unfettered by parental paranoia.
As solar gets more popular, energy storage becomes more important. Sunamp has a novel approach to making it work.
Few costumiers can compete with Mother Nature.
These flexible CIGS solar cells don't require a mounting rack, weigh 65% less than conventional solar panels, and are said to generate 10% more energy.
No ladders in this small space.
It's in the Village 2.0, "a unique, compact, sustainable and modern living and working" experiment.