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Lacking space or gardening skills? This stacking hydroponic garden could help you get more green into your space.
This mobile app aims to promote sustainable practices by merging "physical and digital worlds organically," connecting real-world activities to in-game play in order to teach people how to grow food.
Two deer greet each other in the snow.
This successfully crowdfunded low-tech heater uses candles to warm up your space.
New Yorkers, businesses, and the environment can benefit from new bill being considered by New York City to impose 10-cent fee on every disposable plastic and paper bag.
The tongue-in-cheek name of this publication might imply that we are already pro-hugging, but new research suggests that hugs may have preventative health benefits.
With sea levels rising, a large amount of agricultural land will be lost...
Things could get noisy out there.
There's lots to like, but are these kinds of things going to actually save any energy?
The organization of my personal life is one area in which technology has failed me. I've gone the archaic route of keeping track of everything on paper, and here's why it works so well.
Aerodynamic and intricate, this digitally designed lamp uses wind power to generate light.
There’s something balletic about the way milkweed seeds move.
Charging pennies for a plastic bag is an effective way to reduce waste, but not because of the cost.
Car of the year, and car of the future too!
Santa will soon have to take the bus...
What is the connection between a child's development and their connection to the natural world?
Bike lanes are improving in some U.S. cities - take a spin through this list and see where!
Norwegian architect Marianne Borge is designing a series of them in different sizes.
Low price + small size + high design = awesome micro-apartments for everyone
Phononic may do for cooling and heating what the LED is doing for lighting.