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Field Museum finds 1,820 species in previously unexplored Peruvian Amazon

‘You can't argue for the protection of an area without knowing what is there.’

Sierra Club and Aspiration launch new platform for sustainable investing

Putting your money to work for sustainability is probably one of the most important things you can do. It just got easier.

11 National Scenic Trails offer 19,000 miles of meandering beauty

Established by Congress for ‘maximum outdoor recreation potential,’ the 11 designated trails take hikers through the nation's most magnificent landscapes.

Why a revolution within the fashion industry is so desperately needed

It's been 3 years since the collapse of the Rana Plaza factory in Bangladesh. Since then, a group called Fashion Revolution has been working tirelessly for change within the fashion industry.

It’s Earth Day – don’t forget to call your mother

Or better yet – visit her in person. With more than 30 percent of the world covered in forests, Mother Nature is closer than you think.

This little 19W solar charger is a powerful and affordable mobile option (review)

Portable solar has come a long way in the last couple of years, and the Choetech 19W folding charger is a great example of high quality at a reasonable cost.

5 ways to reduce one pound (and more) of waste a week

How would you reduce one pound of waste per week from your lifestyle?

Photo: Turtle basks in reflections

Photographer Gerry Matthews finds a turtle surrounded by abstract reflections in Franklin Canyon, Los Angeles.

New Cree LED light fixtures are PoE, or Powered over the Ethernet

Power and information together in one cable; this could be the future of our electric wiring

Come to Acciaroli, the Italian village in which people live (almost) forever

This southern Italian town boasts a disproportionate number of elderly people, despite smoking and being overweight. What's their secret?

The Adirondacks: Wild at heart

For the first time in more than a century, Boreas Ponds will open to the public

Lessons from Livermore: Look at the big picture to figure out where we have to go

We have to stop designing our world around the car, reduce our cooling loads and get a bike.

San Francisco becomes first major US city to mandate rooftop solar on new buildings

In which the City requires new buildings to go from 'solar ready' rooftops to solar actual.

Door to Door by Edward Humes: we deliver a book review

Its subtitle fits: "The magnificent, maddening, mysterious world of transportation."

Those "falcon wing" doors are coming back to haunt Tesla

Many of them just don't work and are causing damage to the company's reputation.

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