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It doesn't seem like it, but this modern tiny home was once a regular trailer, and has been re-done as a tiny guesthouse.
It has everything you need, including a chandelier.
The gaze between human and dog can share physiological properties similar to that of mother and infant, a new study finds.
It must be spring, because our readers are submitting all kinds of adorable baby animal photos, like this little mallard duckling.
This optimistic initiative aims to kick off a global wave of solar entrepreneurship with free construction guides for building high-powered solar concentrators with local materials.
The fruit company keeps taking steps in the right direction. Hopefully other big corporations follow in their footsteps.
A new report from Clean by Design shows how energy and water efficiency translate into big savings.
Conflating the patterning from traditional Mexican textiles with high-tech digital fabrication, these flat pack pieces are attractive, easy to assemble and use.
And the remarkable journey is raising questions about the status of a critically endangered whale species.
It’s time for the old-school bicycle signal to die.
If you're in need of a literary wilderness escape, these non-fiction books are a great place to start.
The gadgets could act as a low-cost early warning system in high risk areas.
The UK Green Parties are looking to differentiate themselves from "boy band" politicians. I think it's a sign of something bigger.
These designers do not go quietly into the night.
This woman architect's tiny home has a light-filled living room that incorporates a great workspace.
The reader who submitted this photo didn’t identify the beautiful insect, but it looks like a Pipevine Swallowtail.
We're in the middle of a revolution. Most people will only realize it when it's almost over.
The city wants to become a leader in electric transportation, part of a plan to cut greenhouse gas emissions by a third.
What I’ve learned from living and cooking in a small kitchen space.
Sharing land and a common kitchen, this set of friends decided to build four small, modern cabins that harvest rainwater.