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You'd think that this year's polar vortex, which everybody was talking about in North-America, would mean that 2014 is a particularly cold year. Think again.
But I wonder if it is not an idea whose time has passed.
Instead of using one of those scented car air fresheners chock full of phthalates and volatile organic compounds (VOCs), consider an all natural version, which uses bamboo charcoal to eliminate odors.
American organic farmer Eliot Coleman explains how his innovative winter gardening methods work, allowing growers to harvest veggies year-round.
Here's how to avoid unnecessarily exposing yourself and your kids to dangerous neurotoxins.
We should be trying to prevent accidents from happening in the first place.
It also can take the worst that Australia's bush fires can dish out.
Avoid costly store-bought versions by making your own delicious, personalized sea salts at home. These are a wonderful addition to any kitchen and also make lovely gifts.
Two containers are better than one in this design for a quiet residence that's elevated off the ground.
The city of Milwaukee has come up with a clever way to reduce flooding within its borders — flood basements.
Because it's not.
Apple keeps showing that it is taking the environment seriously.
A flock of birds become silhouettes in the trees at sunset.
Oreos may be vegan, but that doesn’t mean you should reach for the cookies when you need an afternoon snack.
Is this company getting closer to the dream of making truly sustainable carbon-negative fuel?
Tiny houses come in all shapes and sizes, and are built from all sorts of materials, but this tiny house concept uses a novel approach to creating a lightweight portable dwelling that is also said to be able to float on water.
The smart home may not be so dumb after all, if this is the kind of thing that it can do.
New street view images suggest that one of the Google maps cars was in an accident
A new study finds that people who get out of their cars lose an average of seven pounds.
Fruit flies play a role in all those fruity flavors we detect as we take whiff of wine fumes. Find out how.