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Why rapid decarbonization is the only choice we have

The longer we wait, the more expensive (and dangerous) it gets.

Put a cork on it

Albert Rooks renovates a little house in Olympia and covers it in cork, the natural insulation.

9 ideas for an eco-minded Easter

This spring holiday is usually marked by meats and sweets, but there are some ways to make it easier on the environment.

Undulating bamboo pavilion has mathematically inspired form

This project combines high-tech design tools with low-tech materials and techniques to create an expressive form.

Lauren Singer talks about her new zero-waste store, Package Free

In an exclusive interview with TreeHugger, the waste-free lifestyle pro explains what's gone into creating this unique shop.

Florida manatees can survive for at least another century

In great news for manatees, researchers predict that the gentle 'sea cows' will endure for at least another 100 years as long as threats continue to be managed.

What is "My Nature?" A marine ecologist’s life in photos

The Nature Conservancy is launching its annual photo contest celebrating nature during Earth Month.

Edible insects are more than just protein

The humble insect is a potent source of minerals, vitamins, and fiber, and deserves to be recognized as such by the protein-obsessed West.

Photo: Snowshoe hare changes color with the seasons

Our beautiful photo of the day is brought to you by springtime!

Just what we needed on National Grilled Cheese Day: The Toastabag

It's a bag made of toxic nonslip chemicals that lets you drop your sandwich into a toaster.

Sand artist's giant artworks made to be weathered away by tide & rain (Video)

This artist takes "drawing pictures in the sand" to a whole other level, with temporary artworks that can span miles wide.

Listen to squeaking baby pandas and see how China is saving them

The China Conservation and Research Center for the Giant Panda is the only place in the world that successfully breeds pandas and releases them into the wild. Here's how they do it.

Learn how to make cosmetics from scratch

Making your own cosmetics is a great way to ensure the ingredients are pure and natural, and to minimize wasteful, non-recyclable packaging.

Sometimes even Copenhagen screws up on bike infrastructure

Mikael Colville-Andersen calls the Kissing Bridge "fantastic and stupid"

California got 50 percent of its electricity from solar power one day in March

This record shows the state is getting close to achieving its ambitious renewable energy goals.

NYC will get its first zero-waste store this spring, thanks to Lauren Singer

Singer, the mastermind behind 'Trash is for Tossers', wants to make waste-free living as easy and accessible as possible.

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