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Plants don't like being trodden on. Mushrooms, however, do not seem to mind.
This photo was taken from the roadside in Brecon Beacons National Park in Wales.
If you lease it and take into account fuel savings compared to a gasoline-powered car, they almost pay you to drive it.
Straight outta Humboldt, this app is a great intro to the "art and craft" of brewing your own compost tea for boosting microbial activity in the soil and improving yields.
There’s growing concern in the U.S. about the weird and unpronounceable additives that can be found in all kinds of food items, from cereal and bread to yogurt and salad dressing.
Crispin Sinclair introduces a bike designed with a safety cell to protect cyclists. Will it catch on?
The new interpretive center has earned certification from the Sustainable Sites Initiative, and features a green roof planted with native prairie grasses.
The same inventor who brought us the body heat-powered flashlight is at it again.
Outrage is inevitable when "protecting our nation's children" turns into state-sponsored kidnapping and perversely unnecessary trauma to families who don't follow the rules.
In the City of Toronto, the Mayor has declared war on the ubiquitous garbage eating mammal. Whose side are you on?
Year-on-year, Chinese coal imports are down dramatically.
In another case for consumer right-to-know, a new study demonstrates big differences between wines depending on the production method
It's reminiscent of some other crackpot ideas from the seventies.
Hawksbill sea turtles: A conservation success story for an endangered species on the Solomon Islands.
Researchers discover that acetaminophen diminishes positive emotions – but it blunts negative ones too.
Germany's power grid has fewer outages than France's.
A neighbor called 911 after seeing the two kids, 6 and 10, walking alone.
The lizard’s scales blend right in with the rosemary bush it took a rest in.
If you are around NYC, don't miss the next bike tours (in June, July, and September).
In which we learn the chemistry behind these clever down-and-dirty cleaning hacks.