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American Wind Energy Rebounded In 2014: AWEA

The American Wind Energy Association has released its fourth quarter 2014 wind energy industry report, and it was good news for the American wind energy industry in 2014, with more than four times more wind energy coming online than the year previously. Show More Summary

GE And Statoil To Develop Sustainable Energy Solutions

Energy Statoil and multinational GE announced a new collaboration between the two companies on Wednesday, aimed at developing more environmentally and economically sustainable energy solutions “to help fuel the future.” But this announcement...Show More Summary

How long would your home's food supply last if you had to rely on it?

The Resilient Design Institute suggests we should all have six weeks of food in our homes. Too much or too little?

This mock horror film features a giant K-Cup Godzilla

The single-use coffee pod situation is getting so dire that one film producer decided to tackle it from a different angle, in hopes of catching consumers' attention.

This app could help you literally save someone's life

We have citizen scientists and citizen journalists, so why not citizen first responders?

Counter Intelligence: What's the right choice for a kitchen counter?

It's one of the few areas where people buying a home have a lot of choices. Here's a Pecha Kucha look at how to make the right one.

Triangular 594 sq. ft. riverside house makes most of odd-shaped plot

This distinctive modern Japanese house, designed for a family of three on an awkwardly placed plot of land, still feels open and spacious.

For a healthier home avoid the 'dollar' stores

You probably already guessed it from the suspiciously chemical odor wafting out as the automatic doors open - but now there's proof shopping at 'dollar' stores is unhealthy.

Massive Current And Future Climate Impacts For Australia

A new report from Australia’s CSIRO and Bureau of Meteorology has found massive current and future climate impacts for the country, and highlights the need for ambitious post-2020 pollution reduction targets — targets that are sorely missing in the current national political climate. Show More Summary

Photo: White-breasted Nuthatch hunkers down on a branch

A White-breasted Nuthatch (Sitta carolinensis) looks pretty adorable all puffed up.

New York City is considering a bag tax, so it’s time to re-watch “Plastic State of Mind”

A group of activists re-wrote NYC’s unofficial anthem, “Empire State of Mind,” and created a bombastic parody video.

Masaki Murata’s NIGHTSCAPE LED lamps are inspired by an urban skyline at night

NATEVO, a revolutionary line of LED furnishings, unveiled NIGHTSCAPE, a collection of eye-catching glass lamps that reproduces the image of a city skyline at night. Designed by Masaki Murata, NIGHTSCAPE comprises three interconnected rectangular crystal glass

9 simple tips to Feng Shui your home

Since January is organization month, it's the perfect time of year to start the new year off right with a Feng Shui de-clutter fest give the readers some simple feng shui tips to help your home in order while attracting some positive vibes!! As a bonus, I

NFL’s David Carter Shares His Vegan Super Bowl Party Menu

David Carter might not be playing on Sunday’s Superbowl, but he will (like pretty much everyone else) be watching and snacking. Like a superstar, though, the free agent athlete will be Read More The post NFL’s David Carter Shares His Vegan Super Bowl Party Menu appeared first on Ecorazzi.

How to Find Love Using Feng Shui This Valentine’s Day

Image via Shutterstock Although some consider Valentine’s Day to be a “Hallmark holiday”, I think it’s a great opportunity not only to do something special for your loved one but for yourself as well. I would say that assistance with love is something

Students Create ‘Ranger Drone’ to Protect Rhinos in South Africa

As poaching rates for rhinos keep growing in South Africa, officials are looking for outside-the-box solutions to save the endangered animals. Surprisingly, one group of students might just have found it. Read More The post Students Create ‘Ranger Drone’ to Protect Rhinos in South Africa appeared first on Ecorazzi.

On Overseas Coal, Will the World Bank and U.S. Government Pass Their Own Tests?

Co-authored with Visar Azemi, coordinator for the Kosovo Civil Society Consortium for Sustainable Development (KOSID) In June 2013, President Obama announced that the U.S. Government would stop financing new coal plants overseas unless...Show More Summary

Qatar Close To Opening 200 MW Solar Tender

The sovereign state of Qatar is getting close to opening its long-delayed 200-megawatt solar tender, according to recent reports. Despite being first mentioned all the way back in late 2012, the solar tender has yet to officially launch — with numerous delays since that earlier announcement. Show More Summary

Seattle will embarrass and fine residents who don’t compost

In Seattle, there is now a big difference between trash and food. A new city law makes it illegal to toss out your leftovers and food scraps with the rest of your garbage. Effective this July, city residents will be penalized with a fine if they fail to separate

This rooftop cabin rises above the city, allowing urban residents a brief escape

Asserting that there are no longer any corners of the world left to explore, the architects thought the regular urban worker might instead want to forego travel and simply retreat vertically. The cabin they propose is called "Detached", and is just nine meters

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