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Using the bones of old-world infrastructure to build new-world infrastructure.
You can see the opposition to the big pipe from the tar sands on every house and every stop sign.
In Haida Gwaii the trees are so big that you could live in them.
By encouraging neighbors to share skills and cooperate, time banks can build strong communities and a vibrant informal economy.
According to the Cornell Lab of Ornithology, fruit isn’t the only thing these birds feed on.
The update to the "Red List" illustrates the worldwide crises facing many species around the globe in the face of habitat loss and degradation.
The invention could help minimize the spread of the flu and other viruses.
This fascinating film reveals disturbing facts about malnutrition and infant mortality, and the role of insidious corporations in perpetuating these problems.
The yet unnamed cephalopod cutie-pie is in need of a moniker.
An elegant egret wades through refections of the clouds.
In between fights to prevent Tesla from selling direct to its customers, they found the time to do this.
As mainstream electric cars clock up more miles, an increasing number are appear on the used car market.
International team of scientists says the discovery poses a significant threat.
Be sure to dispose of these toys if they are in the attic, and know how to stay on top of product recalls
For those who want to downsize, this is a tough question.
And no, this isn’t satire!
Much attention has been paid to the role of palm oil the loss of Indonesian forests, but plans for other plantations are more bad news.
This is a different way of heating a house with wood.
Choosing the right baby carrier can seem very daunting, since there are so many on the market. This overview will help explain how they work.
Scientists are working to harness the secret of owls' silent flights to build quieter wind power technology.