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You and your “lava” can rent ArtisTree's Phoenix House, perched on the slopes of an active volcano, for just $125 per night – now that's a hot deal! The post Hot Property: Lava-ly Living At The Phoenix House appeared first on WebEco...
Sunbathing is a great way to naturally replenish bone-building Vitamin D and TanRound all-season transparent clothing lets you do just that – weather or not. The post TanRound: Cool Clothes For All-Season Sunbathing appeared first on WebEcoist.
An almost impossibly narrow house in Japan efficiently utilizes limited interior space, offering a vision of comfortable living in a more crowded future. The post Living Slim: Narrow House Design In Japan appeared first on WebEcoist...
Hawaii's volcanoes are famed for their spectacular eruptions but photographer Nick Selway has captured Kilauea's lava fountains in a brand new light. The post Viva Lava: Hawaii’s Volcanoes Let It Flow appeared first on WebEcoist.
Spanish photographer Raúl Cruz Arnelas captured spectacular images of “The Wave”, a natural sandstone rock formation in the Coyote Buttes of Arizona. The post Rock The Wave: A Sandstone Sea In Arizona appeared first on WebEcoist.
Professional diver Rick Anderson and a female Port Jackson shark have forged an unlikely friendship that's stood the test of time for 7 years and counting. The post Love Bites: Shark & Diver Enjoy 7-Year Friendship appeared first on WebEcoist.
Call it the sweet sound of sustainability - Rockit Logs, wood-cased audiophile wireless speakers handcrafted from recovered, reclaimed and recycled logs. The post Sounds Wood: Speakers Made From Recycled Logs appeared first on WebEcoist.
A stepped-on garden snail's smashed shell was expertly repaired with epoxy glue by veterinarians at the HaClinica Animal Hospital in Tel Aviv, Israel. The post Swell Shell: Stepped-On Snail’s Surgery A Success appeared first on WebEcoist.
If you can't beat 'em, enjoin 'em: France is tackling public urination by whipping out greenery-topped, compost-generating “Uritrottoir” urinals. The post Oui! France Whips Out Composting Public Urinals appeared first on WebEcoist.
An innovative start-up using a device that filters air pollution from fossil fuel-powered engines is recycling the carbon soot into non-toxic artist's ink. The post Don’t Soot: Recycling Smog Into Artist’s Ink appeared first on WebEcoist.
For the first time in 75 years the Cincinnati Zoo has a new baby hippo but as it was born prematurely, she only weighed half as much as she should. The yet-unnamed calf wasn’t expected until March; therefore its birth on January 24th...Show More Summary
The new Segway One S2 Electric Unicycle is smaller, lighter, faster and waaay cooler than Segway's original two-wheeled self-balancing vehicle. The post Won Wheel: Segway’s One S2 Electric Unicycle appeared first on WebEcoist.
The Natural Balance plant and flower pot ends the guesswork when it comes to watering indoor plants due to a clever design that exploits the force of gravity. The post Thirst Place: Tilting Pot Tells Owners When To Water appeared first on WebEcoist.
A cat sheltering under a parked car on a cold Russian winter night was saved from the pavement's icy grip by the milk, er, warm water of human kindness. The post Freeze Parking: Russian Cat Escapes Winter’s Grip appeared first on WebEcoist.
Luxury travel accommodations CAN be environmentally-friendly! Case in point: a cylindrical treehouse made with sustainable bamboo in Juluchuca, Mexico. The post Treehouse Rules: Playa Viva’s Sustainable Suite appeared first on WebEcoist.
The recent arrival of 11 African Wild Dog pups at the Taronga Western Plains Zoo's conservation breeding program is definitely a cause for celebration. The post Aussie Zoo Welcomes 11 African Wild Dog Pups appeared first on WebEcois...
The Natural History Museum’s winners of the Wildlife Photographer of the Year for 2016 highlight the wonders of nature captured from behind the camera lens. The 52nd edition of the NHM’s Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition resulted in 10 winners in 10 categories from 8 different countries. Show More Summary
Milk comes from grass – with a little help from our bovine friends – but Living Pavilion, built from used milk crates, turns that equation on its head. The post Got Grass? Milk Crates Green Up Living Pavilion appeared first on WebEcoist.
Most cars are scrapped at the end of their lives but a select few – on view in Pruszków, Poland – swim against the current by being born AT the scrap heap. The post Classic Car Replicas Recycled From Scrap Metal appeared first on WebEcoist.
Hurts so baaaaad! Goat yogurt might be good for your health but Goat Yoga – as practiced at the No Regrets Farm in Oregon – could be even better! The post No Kidding: Goat Yoga Is Happening appeared first on WebEcoist.