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The Memorial Day Message That Is Missing

This weekend, social media is filled with messages asking us to remember the Americans who have died defending our country and our freedom. Memorial Day, first established in 1866 to honor Union soldiers of the Civil War, is now a day...Show More Summary

The CIA shuts down program that gives scientists access to vital climate change data

The CIA will no longer allow climate change scientists access data from spy satellites and subs to study global warming. The program, called MEDEA -- Measurement of Earth Data for Environmental Analysis -- was a way that scientists could study global in

Peruvian cockfighting arena transformed into a vibrant garden

An old cockfighting arena received a makeover in Lima, Peru recently. 2.8x Architects have transformed the space so that one wouldn’t guess it had such a dark history. Lush, green foliage and beautiful stone walls now invoke feelings of peace and is a

Japan Signature Activates World’s Green Climate Fund

On Friday, climate change efforts across the world reached a very important milestone: the release of $5 billion to begin the work of the Green Climate Fund, which will become the main financial operator of the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change. Show More Summary

The Only Real Tesla Model III Unknown Is Styling

Originally published on TeslaMondo. If Model III information comes to us in crumbs, at this point we have enough crumbs to assemble a muffin. Our knowledge now extends well beyond the offensive name, target price and target driving range. Show More Summary

Intelligent Energy Monitoring System Ecoisme Raising Crowd Funding

A new Indiegogo crowdfunding campaign has already raised nearly half of its goal in under a week, with the hopes to fund an intelligent energy monitoring system. Ecoisme bills itself as an “The World’s Most Intelligent Home Energy Monitoring...Show More Summary

8 ways to turn a can of tomatoes into supper

From simple to snazzy, all of these recipes start with one of the most basic and cheapest pantry items.

Oxford University Divestment Plans Yields No Support From Alum

Oxford University announced last week its intentions to divest from coal and oil sands companies, however, almost 70 Oxford alumni have criticized the lackluster decision, “symbolically” handing in their degrees in protest. Oxford University...Show More Summary

Scientists used public images on the web to create amazing time-lapsed photos

Researchers from Google and the University of Washington are combining their efforts to gather time-stamped and geo-tagged photos to build a mine of time-lapse photography. The team is using photos uploaded from the public of major landmarks and amazing

80% of popular sunscreens don’t protect your skin and may be harmful to your health

It's summertime, which means people are trusting sunscreen to protect them from the sun during outdoor activities. But a new guide released by the Environmental Working Group (EWG) reveals that 80 percent of sunscreens on the market are not only they to

Australian Solar Industry Receives Public Support And Academic Criticism

A new survey found that 77% of Australians believe large-scale solar facilities can be of great help to the future, but the news comes at the same time as a separate report criticizing the Australian Government’s solar industry subsidies. Show More Summary

Solar Energy Needs Smart Solutions, Not Dumb Economics

Originally published on RenewEconomy Oh dear. Here we go again. The solar industry is clearly winning the battle to turn the global electricity industry upside down and inside out. The plunging cost of battery storage will accelerate that process. Show More Summary

Dutch Utility Plans Green Bonds For Offshore Wind Projects

Earlier this month, Dutch transmission system operator TenneT announced the launch of its green bonds programme. TenneT revealed the launch of a green bonds programme and a green bonds framework to raise funds that will be used to set up transmission capacity for offshore wind energy projects. Show More Summary

LG unveils a 55-inch ‘wallpaper’ OLED TV that hangs on the wall with magnets

It's been four years since LG Display first showed the world their first curved OLED (organic light-emitting diode) televisions, but by the time this year's CES rolled around, they were able to unveil seven new models. Now, at a press conference in the

INFOGRAPHIC: Inspirational DIY projects to get you started on upcycling

Upcycling, the process of converted old materials into a product with greater value and use, has many benefits. Not only can upcycling cut down on the global garbage stream, it can also help save you money and provide a creative outlet. To help you get

8 scrumptious vegan BBQ recipes to enjoy this summer

©woodleywonderworks Teriyaki Grilled Eggplant Grilling eggplant brings out a rich, smokey flavor, making each slice the perfect main dish to eat alone or pile on a bun. Try an Asian twist by adding some home-made Teriyaki Marinade. The porous eggplant will

Four stylish green grills for a sustainable Memorial Day

Like many Americans, you may be lighting up the barbecue this holiday weekend — but if you want to set yourself apart from the bands of boring black grills, take a cue from our guide to stylish green grills. From DIY creations to hot spots that also double

Finding Hope for the Rainforests of Malaysia

Johor, Malaysia, May 25, 2015 - After four hours of driving through continuous rows of oil palm plantations, you begin to wonder. I joined the WCS Malaysia team on a trek recently through the rainforest of Endau-Rompin, a state park in the southern part of Johor on Peninsular Malaysia. Show More Summary

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