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It's like a negative image of the old wall in this swiss getaway cabin.
The candy giant promises to remove all artificial colours and dyes from its candy by end of 2015 -- something it already did years ago in the UK.
We like to say that the greenest building is the one already standing, yet it is taken for granted that this has to go. Why?
Not only is coffee leaf tea delicious and nutritious, but it also offers a more stable source of income for coffee growers in Latin America.
Treehoppers and ants have a well known mutualistic relationship.
More than a year later after going without shampoo for a month, I still get questions about whether or not I’m “back on the bottle.”
Coral reefs are just the canary in the coal mine – reminding us in a very dramatic way that things are changing and swift action is required.
President Obama’s initiative aims to get all kids, and their families, out to experience and enjoy America's public lands and waters.
There really is nothing to it but bathrooms and a kitchen; the rest is up to you.
We love transformers, those things that serve multiple functions. But I wonder about this one.
After ten years of work, the Antarctic Heritage Trust has done an amazing job of restoring and preserving.
Insects are a sensible and ecologically friendly source of protein, and yet 'entomophagy' revolts most Westerners. Here's how one student is trying to change that mentality.
Out with the Year of the Horse and in with the new mascot for the Chinese lunar year: the goat. Or is it the sheep? Here we take a look at both.
Once a dark, partitioned off single family abode, this newly renovated space now features two independent live/work areas that are linked together by a communal space in the middle.
Scientists at the University of Bath have successfully cultivated an oily yeast with an identical lipid profile to palm oil.
From divestment to cheap solar to falling demand for energy, the traditional energy giants are being squeezed on all sides.
Combining common hardware store parts with readily available micro-controllers yields an automated vertical hydroponic garden system for indoors or outdoor growing.
This Steller’s Jay was photographed during a rain shower in Atascadero, California.
To bathe or not to bathe, that is the question.
Happy Chinese New Year!