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Once we pass a certain range threshold, most people will have no reason to buy a gasoline vehicle.
A documentary explores how animals and humans can help each other.
"The 50" jacket from Dirt Ball Fashion is made from 100% recycled materials, and can be recycled again at the end of its life.
The winner is Contour Crafting's 3D printed building, but wait, there's more!
Ted Nordhaus and Michael Shellenberger suggest that it won't, and for once, they might be right about something.
When California production slows in winter, we turn to Chile and Mexico to satisfy our avocado craving -- but that comes with a steep price for drought-ridden growers in Chile.
These flowers were photographed in Ventimiglia, Italy.
The so-called 'bad boy of permaculture' advocates for rocket mass heaters as the most sustainable and cleanest method of heating our homes.
Wood pellet stoves don't have to look ugly; this Italian design is customizable and fits into a system of add-ons that provide extra functionality and convenience.
Why yes, that is a hand-painted pink fracking drill.
Indigenous to the northern hemisphere, these fast-growing trees shed bark to reveal incredible hues of the rainbow.
Not-so-tiny backyard shed is a study in contrasts.
It's time to get all the mercury out of my house.
It's as easy as falling off a roof, as the Fraunhofer Center for Sustainable Energy makes rooftop solar plug-and-play
Using efficiency techniques learned at Toyota, Shubhendu Sharma believes he can grow native forests faster than nature ever could.
Turning off the heat may not sound appealing, but there are real health and beauty benefits to be had by taking a cold plunge on a regular basis.
A community soccer field in Rio de Janeiro stays well lit at night thanks to energy harvesting tiles laid under the turf.
Corporations can't have it both ways. Either they are for a truly low carbon economy, or they are not.
The US' first upcycling festival is opening in Denver this weekend, featuring art, live music, upcycled fashion shows, and even pallet parkour.
The the word “stuffed” might make a recipe sound complicated, but it doesn’t have to be.