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The Avengers Are Loved World-Wide

Joss Whedon like the franchise's "global reach" Comics Avengers Are Popular World-Wide

Thunderbirds Are Back

The classic kids show will return next year with the help of Peter Jackson's FX master Trending Thunderbirds Are Go Richard Taylor Peter Jackson Gerry Anderson

DeAndre Jordan says Clippers want to be like Spurs

Clippers Coach Doc Rivers isn't one to mince words. Throughout the preseason, he's repeatedly said that the San Antonio Spurs, the reigning NBA champions, are the best team in the league.

Dawn Richard 'moving forward' from Danity Kane

Dawn Richard is moving past the dissolution of Danity Kane by refocusing on her solo career.

Building Sustainable Energy Access, from the Outside In

How much energy access in poor places can come from off and on the grid -- and with or without big greenhouse-gas contributions?

Unstoppable lava nears village on Big Island of Hawaii

Lava from Kilauea volcano on the Big Island of Hawaii is just 100 yards from a house in this rural outpost, the latest milestone in the slow but unstoppable flow that has mesmerized much of the state.

Contemporary Crafts Market hits Pasadena this weekend

A decades long tradition continues as the Contemporary Crafts Market sets up shop in Pasadena this weekend.

China’s latest fashion craze: Smog masks

Air pollution in China is a national problem -- but that's not stopping the fashion industry from glammin' up the protective gear!

The New Yorker food issue, ranked by kale factor

To assess this particular Moment in Food, there is no better gauge than counting the number of times a writer mentions kale.

Why climate rap actually improves the dreaded school assembly

For the past five years, the Alliance for Climate Education has been schooling kids on climate change. A new study says it's working.

Check out Superstorm Sandy in before-and-after GIFs

Satellite images show just how much some neighborhoods were changed by Hurricane Sandy.

Racing Extinction — New Trailer Shows CO2 Emissions As They Occur Using Technology

Ever wished that you could actually see carbon dioxide emissions as they occur? That people could actually see the huge quantities of the heat-trapping gas that are released from the industrial facilities and machines that cover ourShow More Summary

Copy Cat!: Fighting the Global Water Scarcity Issue

According to the World Water Management Institute, over one-third of the human population is affected by water scarcity. Advances in physical understanding, its applications, and the study of our environment and bio-mimicry help us develop more effective ways to fight freshwater scarcity around the world.

Meet South Dakota’s surprisingly green Senate candidate

Grist talks to Rick Weiland, a Democrat waging a long-shot campaign. Unlike other Dems in red states, he wants to fight climate change, Keystone XL, and Big Oil.

What to Do with Used Cooking Oil: How about Turning it into Jet Fuel?

Boeing has come up with a novel idea of what to do with used cooking oil, particularly the large amounts coming from China: fuel planes with it The post What to Do with Used Cooking Oil: How about Turning it into Jet Fuel? appeared first on Sustainablog.

Apple Pay vs. CurrentC: Rite Aid and CVS Are Screwed

You sure as heck wouldn’t want to be the guy this week who cut the CurrentC deal with Rite Aid and CVS.  He’ll be lucky to get a job at McDonalds after this mess.   Mobile Apple Pay nfc CurrentC

You’re supporting China’s dirty habit

Ships will bring your iPhone from China -- and a whole lot of "black carbon" too.

What you need to know about the next big climate report

The latest report from the IPCC is due out Sunday -- and it’s expected to use scarier language than the previous installments.

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