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Photo: California quail sits regal and resplendent

“By the word regal, I mean he reminds me of every image I’d ever seen of King Henry the VIII."

‘Lion-like’ animal on the lam in Milwaukee

The mystery creature continues to evade searchers after a week’s worth of sightings.

Canada's first tiny house festival debuts as part of planned tiny housing development

We visited Canada's first tiny house festival to find out more about this newly declared eco-residential development in Quebec for homes under 1,000 square feet in size.

What's killing our kids these days? It isn't IKEA furniture

It's all over the news: IKEA does recall of MALM dressers for toppling over and killing children.

Analyst explains why he thinks Apple should buy Tesla

As new rumors about an Apple electric car start to emerge, one analyst pushes for Apple to buy Tesla.

Higher sea levels are bad for endangered turtles

Researchers discover what higher tides mean for turtles at one of the world’s most important nesting sites.

Solar Outpost is a nice place to work on a green roof in Brooklyn

Designer Matt Kovaleski integrates a solar power system into a picnic table setup for workers at Vice

7 tips for eco-friendly pet owners

With hundreds of millions of pets across the world, being an eco-friendly pet owner can have a greater environmental impact than you might expect.

Hillary Clinton unveils bold climate plan, pledges 700% more solar by 2020

The Democratic front runner also did not waste the opportunity to ding climate denying political opponents too.

Corporate giants pledge $140bn to help fight climate change

It seems Big Business is more ambitious than our political leaders, thank goodness.

Toronto Bike Share system is expanding, with help from a cycling CEO

TD Bank's Tim Hockey says "You first have to start with the pedestrians."

The dark side of the superfood craze

Superfoods are seen as silver bullets by many health seekers, but the label is completed unregulated. Is it really worth the premium?

Drones locate endangered chimpanzees

These eyes in the sky are being used by conservationists to identify and protect crucial chimpanzee habitats.

Is gadgetizing bicycles a good thing?

In cities, biking is part of the urban mobility flow. We've given good reasons to bike since we began publishing. Now entrepreneurs think more people will bike if bikes are smarter via gadgets.

Photo: Muskrat slides across the surface of a lake

A muskrat cuts ripples into the smooth surface of the water as it swims across Lake Trexler, Pennsylvania.

New platform reframes energy and fuel consumption as a community health issue

Instead of talking about the number of micrograms of particulate matter per cubic meter, this website aims to enable a much more relatable understanding of your air pollution exposure.

Utensilmate is a great candidate for the Wrongest Product Award

I can't decide if this is just what I always needed or the worst product ever put on Kickstarter.

Black tea smoothies for a hot summer morning

If you can’t decide between a fruit smoothie or an iced tea, this is the drink for you.

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