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Americans may not have heard about Tim Hortons, but north of the border it's a big deal, with a big environmental footprint.
In this edition of Town & Country, Katherine and Maggie share how they care for their skin and hair.
Based on the honeycomb, this modular home can be customized with a plethora of options: our favorite is the moveable fireplace wall that opens to the outside.
This DIY project is cheap and easy, and ensures that you won't have a room full of toxic fragrance.
The website aims to take down wealthy poaching rings by giving people a safe, anonymous way to report illegal activities.
Critics argue we should focus on the basics before investing in expensive thermostats. But what if they are a gateway drug?
Genetic "fingerprinting" of trees has emerged as a potential solution for reducing illegal logging, but it's useless without databases.
Especially in a part of the world where 98% of beer bottles are refilled 15 times, why would anyone sell such a thing.
Combining the best of modern technology with traditional ideas of nomadic portability, the Jero yurt is lightweight, easy to assemble and versatile.
Only data and time will tell, but it would have been nice to see smarter enforcement.
A unique exhibition showcases four full-sized transformable tiny home structures that redefine the mobile home for the nomadic generation.
The crazy thing about prefab and tiny homes is that it is all about the rules.
A new study finds that the tons of sunscreen released into the ocean every year are having negative effects on the marine food chain
These three elephants were photographed in the desert of Namibia.
Think it's gone bad? Think again! There are many ways to breathe new life into old foods.
This quick and easy hack will have your old AM/FM radio running on solar power.
Why not try this option?
Friendly microbes help us clean bikes without dirtying the environment in the process....
Dan Hanganu mixes the modern with the even more modern, totally respectful of the original.
Can this small electric car make its mark in the U.S. market?