Gallery: Announcing the Winners of Inhabitat’s 2010 Readers’ Choice Awa...


The readers have spoken!

To wrap up 2010 we asked for your final say as to what the best green stories were last year. From livable cities built to generate solar power, to near microscopic sculptures carved into the tips of pencils, to an amazing brick machine that rolls our roads like carpet – there definitely was no shortage of stories to choose from. But you came, you voted and now the results are in! So what headline grabbed the ultimate title of ‘Top Inhabitat Story of 2010′? Jump ahead for the winner and a number of other more than honorable green mentions. And if you’re already considering what 2011 could mean for the movement towards sustainability, ponder these eco-predictions from some of the most eminent minds in the green design space.

Readers’ Top Inhabitat Story of 2010:

Solar Power Is Cheaper Than Nuclear for the First Time

Readers’ Favorite Architecture Story:

Solar City Produces 4’s the Energy it Needs

Readers’ Favorite Technology Post:

Amazing Brick Machine Rolls Out Roads Like Carpet

Readers’ Favorite Transportation Post:

MIT Team Unveils Airplane that Uses 70 Percent Less Fuel

Readers’ Favorite Energy Story:

Solar Power Is Cheaper Than Nuclear for the First Time

Readers’ Favorite Art Post:

Amazing Miniature Sculptures Carved From Pencil Tips

Readers’ Favorite Product Story:

Moss Table Adds a Micro-Landscape to Your Living Room

Readers’ Favorite Original Reporting:

Inhabitat Solar Decathlon Coverage


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