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The envelope please: BuildingGreen's top ten green picks for 2015, from the boring but important to the revolutionary

Every year the BuildingGreen people look for the products that will make a difference. This year the winners put on a solid, if unsexy, performance.

New software could get rid of EV range anxiety by making better estimates of range

The new software takes more factors into consideration to make far more accurate estimates of how much farther you can drive before recharging.

How to grocery shop like a pro

Use these 7 tips to reduce time and money spent, the amount of wasted food, and the number of nights you order in because "there's nothing in the house to eat."

11 electric cars now under $27,000... in California

There are now 11 mass-manufactured electric cars that come in under $27,000 in California... after federal and California incentives.

Photo: Beached jellyfish is poignant yet beautiful

"I thought that even in death there is a peculiar beauty to a jellyfish on the beach.”

Photo: Opossum peeks out from under a rail

We often think of opossums as looking a bit frightening while playing dead—their defense mechanism against threats—but this one looks quite cute as it explores.

Common Good cleaners want to help you to reduce and reuse

Common Good was started by Sacha Dunn and her husband Edmund Levine out of their personal desire to have refillable and eco-friendly option when it comes to cleaning supplies.

Warmer temperatures may cause more girl births

Scientists in Japan are finding that when temperatures are warmer, fewer boys are born

DIY 2.0: Fountain app is like having a home & garden expert in your pocket

Quickly get connected via video chat to a home & garden expert to get help with your projects through Fountain. We've got beta invites for you to check it out yourself.

Artist's Future Library conserves trees for book to be printed in year 2114

This conceptual public artwork will be a time capsule and a forest conservation project rolled up in one, targeting readers of a future generation yet unborn.

Zero Waste: Backbone needed!

There's more to it than "just getting started," despite what many blogs will tell you. You've got to be prepared for a number of ongoing challenges.

The great biannual clothing storage swap

In many ways, modern green living is very different depending on where you live. In this installment of our Town & Country series, Margaret and Katherine discuss one thing that is almost exactly the same.

Yikes! Global animal populations are roughly 50% smaller than they were in 1970!

The tree of life is starting to seriously rot. Something must be done before it's too late...

This Halloween, banish these bloodsucking vampires from your home

Sink your teeth into these vampire slaying tips to cut electricity use at home, which can save you money and increase your overall energy efficiency.

Minimalist multifunctional transformer boxes hide bed, office & kitchen

These mystery transformer units conceal everything and the kitchen sink in these renovated accommodations in Portugal.

Two Years' Time: The Nature of Hurricane Sandy

Marking 2 years since Hurricane Sandy and the reality of a changing climate

British supermarket chain will have 40MW of rooftop solar by 2015

Sainsbury's is now the largest, multi-roof solar array operator in Europe. More importantly, investing in solar has made good commercial sense.

Drop a brick in your toilet to fight the drought

Dropping a brick isn't something you normally brag about, but in this instance, it could help you go from water hog to water hero at home.

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