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The annual Canned Tuna Ranking assesses fishing practices and social responsibility to determine which brands are sustainable and which should be avoided.
The first affordable microwave changed the way we cooked- for a while, anyway
Self-driving and electric trends boom in cars but face obstacles in trucking. A Swedish start-up aims to drive freight transport to the next level
Michael Tang thought his 8-year-old's mile-long walk would fix homework problems, but the lesson has turned out to be much bigger than that.
Robert Llewellyn was skeptical when the Model X came out. Not so much anymore...
A couple of major headlines out of Europe bode well for the future of renewables
The sleek Vanhawks Valour is a carbon fiber beauty that integrates a 'connected' platform in a bid to reshape urban commuting.
Our delightful photo of the day comes from Coba, Mexico.
Now if only all the architects would stand with them...
Artisans Group gets colorful in this Olympia home
The mayo went bad, but it didn't go to waste.
Coal use is down, but it is still killing us.
NASA's latest satellite images showing how we've lit up the planet are a thing of wonder.
Its first-ever food waste report reveals confusion and frustration among shoppers.
Based on the style of a Chinese cargo bike, but incorporating Scandinavian design, this electric tricycle could go a long way toward living a car-free lifestyle.
An infographic from the Pembina Institute shows that there are other benefits too.
A new video from the Sierra Club pulls on all the patriotic heartstrings.
Good luck decarbonizing in this environment.
Forty days is a long time to wash hair with nothing but water.
The folding walls seem to dissolve away the corners and surfaces, opening up this small apartment in Italy.