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American student challenges himself to eat bugs for 30 days (Video)

To inspire others and to change cultural perceptions about the "ick" factor of eating bugs, this student commits to eating bugs for 30 days -- breakfast, lunch and dinner.

36 eye-opening facts about water

In which we gush about all things H2O in celebration of World Water Day.

Skinny house puts a bathtub in the library

Watch your step inside Para Project's house in a parking spot in Rochester

Edible insects go gourmet for world’s largest gathering of explorers

The Explorers Club highlights the sustainable potential of eating bugs with its annual awards dinner menu.

Forget the microwave

In this installment of Town & Country, Margaret and Katherine discuss the role of the microwave and convenience foods in their kitchens.

How to improve energy efficiency while cooking

Picking the right cooking method and tools for the job can reduce the amount of wasted energy, while saving you money.

Woman's urban retro pop-up caravan is escape from the rent trap (Video)

Living small and fuller can take many forms. This young woman fixes up an old pop-up camper, which she now calls home, on land that she rents for cheap, near the city center of Auckland, New Zealand.

Photo: Signs of spring in northern Illinois

Green grass and a red-breasted robin: two harbingers of warmer days ahead.

Italian energy giant to phase out coal, go carbon neutral before 2050

In the future, we'll be buying energy from utilities that look very different than what we are used to.

Photo: Bighorn sheep in snowy Wyoming

"The bighorn sheep is one of my favorite animals to photograph in Yellowstone National Park,” writes Donald Quintana.

Climate scientists step out from behind the data to share their personal stories

Representing the 97% of climate scientists who know climate change is real and that humans are causing it, More Than Scientists shares the message that climate change is personal.

NYC’s vegan pop-up market: The Seed

We stopped by last weekend to have a look and a taste.

Scientists discover new dancing peacock spiders 'Skeletorus' & 'Sparklemuffin' (Video)

Known for their distinctive dances and colorful patterns, these two newly discovered peacock spider species are captivating scientists in Australia.

Here comes the sun, with NBBJ's No Shadow Tower

Everyone complains about shadows or reflections from tall towers; here is a great idea to actually plan for them.

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