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New research reveals the swimming secrets of everyone’s favorite gelatinous sea creature.
From broken zippers to damaged USB cables, embrace your inner handyman with these quick DIY repairs.
Margaret and Katherine discuss how moving to another country has impacted how they think about clothing.
Connecting vital habitat in Florida to allow the endangered panther to flourish.
Some people do; others use a keyboard for everything and have forgotten how. What about you?
Fight dry winter skin and hair with the nourishing power of fresh fruits
Many mosses stay bright green even in the coldest conditions, a fact wonderfully captured by this photo.
Many animals have a talent for finding their way around the globe that any of us who gets lost doing a short trip can't help but envy.
NYC Woman fits her brood of four in a two bedroom condo
Meet the man behind Transition Lab, which author Daniel Quinn called "an enterprise of brilliant design that promises to achieve remarkable results on a wide front."
A short film by Jia Zhangke quietly explores life with smog.
Intended as a creative retreat for a company's designers, this solid timber dome house has been built to German Passive House standards.
There are now 173,807 solar workers in the US, 80,000 jobs created just since 2010!
They call it "a master class in the cutting edge of design, performance, and sustainability." Not.
And what's worse, going to the gym won't compensate for it.
Brazil is a country with shockingly high C-sections rates, upwards of 87% in the private medical system. How does an entire nation lose sight of natural childbirth, one of our basic human functions?
Research suggests China would profit from a rapid shift to wind and solar in the next decade.
In which we stand up for yet another underdog species.
From the glow of butter candles to the glorious power of duct tape, try these alternative uses for common things when disaster strikes.
2012 and 2014 brought hemp closer to federal legalization. Will 2015 be the year it finally happens?