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Giant offshore wind turbine will feature blades longer than two football fields

That's two and a half times longer than any existing wind turbine blade and that's not all that makes it unique.

Does your dental floss contain PFCs?

Dental floss manufacturers coat their products in a Teflon-like substance that contains highly toxic PFCs. Learn how to find a safer, natural alternative.

Bamboo bikes really did go big in Ghana

Bamboo is cheap, strong, and it's already shaped like bike-frame tubing. Ideal for creating locally-grown bikes.

The U.S. needs a DC 'super-grid' to boost renewables and reduce pollution

We need a way to efficiently shift clean power from one region to the other.

Copenhagen will divest from fossil fuels

The capital of bike culture is putting its money to work too.

Why do cattle attack people?

Death or injury by cow has been a problem in the UK, a new study suggests the reason why.

Photo: Bee and thistle

Pollinator on a mission caught in mid-flight.

Trees in the forest are social beings

From counting and learning to communicating and caring for each other, the secret lives of trees are wildly deep and complex.

Smart Dutch underpass design accommodates both pedestrians & cyclists

Here's a great example of how to encourage a walkable, bike-able city: build infrastructure that caters to both.

Make every bike lane a protected bike lane, says Portland

Premier bike city Portland has fallen behind in bike amenities of late. Now there's a push for zero road deaths and protected bike lanes could help.

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