Beth Buczynski

 

Beth Buczynski is a freelance writer and editor currently living in the shadow of the majestic Rocky Mountains. Her passion for the planet started with the Truffula Trees, and she’s never stopped trying to make this planet a better place to live. She writes about clean technology, sustainable living, and environmental activism for EcoSalon and Care2, just to name a few. Beth believes collaborative consumption and opensource innovation is key to ending our mindless waste. Learn more about the overlap between sharing and sustainability in her new book, Sharing is Good.

Social Profiles

+ Google
+ Twitter

Beth Buczynski
Fly6 Rear-Facing Bike Light Camera Spies on Unruly Drivers with its Little Red Eye

Fly6 Rear-Facing Bike Light Camera Spies on Unruly Drivers with its Little Red Eye

Have you ever been riding your bike down the road and had a car cut you off or come too close for comfort? I'll bet you wished you had a camera running so you could hold them accountable. With

Read More >

EcoMow Grass-Powered Robotic Lawnmower is its Own Energy Factory!

EcoMow Grass-Powered Robotic Lawnmower is its Own Energy Factory!

EcoMow, a startup founded by engineers and business students from George Mason University, is working on an automatic lawnmower that literally creates its own fuel. Between the tailpipe

Read More >

New Solvent Could Shrink the Paper Industry’s Energy Footprint By 40 Percent

New Solvent Could Shrink the Paper Industry’s Energy Footprint By 40 Percent

Paper photo from Shutterstock Researchers from Eindhoven University of Technology recently teamed up with paper industry specialists to develop a new solvent that could drastically change the

Read More >

14 Green Gift Ideas For Valentine’s Day

14 Green Gift Ideas For Valentine’s Day

IDEA 1: Eco-Friendly Valentine's Day Cards Nothing says I love you like the actual words, written down on paper. Getting love notes on Valentine's Day is an age-old tradition, so this year, why

Read More >

High-Tech Glasses Help Surgeons Visualize and Target Clustered Cancer Cells

High-Tech Glasses Help Surgeons Visualize and Target Clustered Cancer Cells

A wearable technology so new it still doesn't have an official name could allow for more precise cancer-removal surgeries in the future. Cancer cells are notoriously difficult to see (even

Read More >

Watching This “Evolution Door” Open Will Blow Your Mind

Watching This “Evolution Door” Open Will Blow Your Mind

At first glance, the Evolution Door designed by Austrian artist Klemens Torggler looks like a modern barn door, and we expected it to behave the same way - by simply swinging or sliding open.

Read More >

Public Urinals Help Amsterdam Harvest Pee as Fertilizer for Green Roofs

Public Urinals Help Amsterdam Harvest Pee as Fertilizer for Green Roofs

Photo of green roof via Shutterstock The idea of someone sprinkling urine on building rooftops sounds like a major health hazard, but that's just what Amsterdam's water utility, Waternet,

Read More >

Rawlemon’s New Spherical Beta.ey Solar Generator Can Charge Your Cell Phone

Rawlemon’s New Spherical Beta.ey Solar Generator Can Charge Your Cell Phone

For the past year or so, Rawlemon has been blowing our minds with their innovative concepts for concentrated solar power generation. Back in 2012 Inhabitat first reported on the Barcelona-based

Read More >

How Your Eye-Shadow Puts Indian Children At Risk For Death

How Your Eye-Shadow Puts Indian Children At Risk For Death

Do you love shimmery lip gloss, eye shadow, nail polish? That extra sparkle comes from a mineral called mica, a glittery silicate mineral that's used in many different types of cosmetics.

Read More >

Clever Pop-Up Store Lets Homeless South Africans ‘Shop’ For Used Clothing

Clever Pop-Up Store Lets Homeless South Africans ‘Shop’ For Used Clothing

Most of us can't imagine the stress and shame that come along with being homeless. Services that are meant to help those without a place to live mean well, but often they treat homeless

Read More >

Score A Flavor Touchdown with 6 Delicious Dips And Spreads For Super Bowl Sunday!

Score A Flavor Touchdown with 6 Delicious Dips And Spreads For Super Bowl Sunday!

Scrambling for snack ideas on the eve of the Super Bowl? Struggling to balance your healthy eating style with the less-than-healthy appetizers that typically make the rounds at a Super Bowl

Read More >

Ralph Lauren’s 2014 Winter Olympic Team Outfits Scream “Made In The USA”

Ralph Lauren’s 2014 Winter Olympic Team Outfits Scream “Made In The USA”

During the last Winter Olympics millions were astonished to learn that the uniforms worn as the U.S. Olympic Team entered the carnival-like Opening Ceremonies had not actually been made in the

Read More >

DIY This Healthy ‘Three Sisters’ Soup Recipe To Fill Your Belly In Chilly Weather

DIY This Healthy ‘Three Sisters’ Soup Recipe To Fill Your Belly In Chilly Weather

Do you know the Three Sisters? No, we're not talking about a new musical group. The Three Sisters are corn, beans, and squash--three staples of the Native American diet that have actually been

Read More >

Walmart Pledges $10 Million To Support “Made In The USA” Products

Walmart Pledges $10 Million To Support “Made In The USA” Products

At the recent United States Conference of Mayors’ winter meeting in Washington, D.C., Walmart executives announced a new plan to invest in American businesses. Long criticized for importing

Read More >

Jakub Szczesny’s Keret House is the World’s Narrowest Building

Jakub Szczesny’s Keret House is the World’s Narrowest Building

Could you live in house no wider than a door frame? Etgar Keret can. The Israeli writer is now the proud owner of the world's narrowest building, a home so tiny that you might not even notice

Read More >

Superhydrophobic Coatings Could Prevent Wind Turbines from Becoming Giant Icicles During Cold Winter Months

Superhydrophobic Coatings Could Prevent Wind Turbines from Becoming Giant Icicles During Cold Winter Months

GE is developing new superhydrophobic coatings that allow turbines to keep pumping out energy in sub-zero temperatures. As Arctic temperatures again begin to engulf nearly every corner of the

Read More >

H&M’s New Line Of Eco-Friendly Denim Closes The Loop On Textile Recycling

H&M’s New Line Of Eco-Friendly Denim Closes The Loop On Textile Recycling

We recycle our bottles, cans, and newspapers, but what about clothes that are past their prime? Last year, Swedish apparel chain H&M made headlines by launching the world's first global

Read More >

Meet The T-Shirt That Could Make Stain Remover Obsolete

Meet The T-Shirt That Could Make Stain Remover Obsolete

We've all been there: halfway through dinner and you drop a big dollop of sauce right in the middle of your new shirt. Stain removers may eradicate some of the mark, but you know the fabric will

Read More >

Time-Traveling Photographer Makes An Appearance In Her Own Childhood Memories

Time-Traveling Photographer Makes An Appearance In Her Own Childhood Memories

Have you ever imagined what it would be like to hang out with your younger self? To hear your childish voice and watch yourself experience certain sites and sounds for the first time. Perhaps

Read More >

Infamous Permit to Hunt One of the Last Black Rhinos in the World Auctioned for $350,000 in Dallas

Infamous Permit to Hunt One of the Last Black Rhinos in the World Auctioned for $350,000 in Dallas

Well, we knew this was coming. In October 2013, Inhabitat reported on the Dallas Safari Club's nefarious plan to auction off a rare permit to hunt and kill a black rhino in the African nation of

Read More >

Stop Slouching! This T-Shirt Will Teach You How To Stand Up Straight

Stop Slouching! This T-Shirt Will Teach You How To Stand Up Straight

When you were a kid, did adults always tell you to stop slouching? I had a piano teacher who would poke me in the back if I didn't sit up straight at the keyboard. Good posture is an important

Read More >

Terrarium Backpack: Essential For Life In A Polluted World?

Terrarium Backpack: Essential For Life In A Polluted World?

Global levels of carbon emissions and greenhouse gases are a threat to human and environmental health. In China, there are days when smog levels are so high that people can't go to work or

Read More >

Croatian Schools Plan To Use Renewable Energy To Fund Better Education

Croatian Schools Plan To Use Renewable Energy To Fund Better Education

Education funding always seems to be last on the list for politicians (even though it should be the first). Schools in Croatia face the same problem, which has spurred one enterprising

Read More >

Spree Smart Headband Tracks Exercise Performance While Keeping the Sweat Out of Your Eyes

Spree Smart Headband Tracks Exercise Performance While Keeping the Sweat Out of Your Eyes

Are you an exercise nut? Do you long for specific information that will help you reach aggressive fitness goals? If so, you've probably got a lot in common with the team at Spree Sports.

Read More >

Amazing AirCarbon Thermoplastic Made from Pollution Will Be Used to Make World’s First Carbon-Negative Chair

Amazing AirCarbon Thermoplastic Made from Pollution Will Be Used to Make World’s First Carbon-Negative Chair

A California-based chemical technologies company claims to have created a manufacturing technology that captures carbon and turns it into a material that replicates oil-based plastics, all

Read More >

Readers Have Spoken: Here Are The Best Green Kids Stories of 2013!

Readers Have Spoken: Here Are The Best Green Kids Stories of 2013!

The votes have been tallied and the results are in: Inhabitots has chosen the best green kids stories of 2013! The last year saw many exciting developments in cutting edge sustainable design

Read More >

Parents Build Upcycled Movie Set From Cardboard Boxes To Make Their Baby A Star

Parents Build Upcycled Movie Set From Cardboard Boxes To Make Their Baby A Star

A child's propensity for imaginative play is a precious gift...one that typically wanes the closer we get to adulthood. It's fair to say that won't be the case in the of the Mackie family. When

Read More >

Where Will Eco-Fashion Take Us In 2014? 36 Industry Professionals Weigh In!

Where Will Eco-Fashion Take Us In 2014? 36 Industry Professionals Weigh In!

It's the beginning of a New Year, and for fashionistas, that means discovering new trends in the world of clothing and accessories. What textiles, cuts, and materials will be discovered or surge

Read More >

The Arrow: What Happens When an Electric Motorcycle and a Fighter Jet Have a Love Child

The Arrow: What Happens When an Electric Motorcycle and a Fighter Jet Have a Love Child

The Arrow by car designer Charles Bombardier demonstrates what would happen if an electric motorcycle and a fighter jet had a love child. Underneath the Arrow's retractable canopy, driver and

Read More >

Apple Engineer Uses LEGO Bricks to Build “Hugo”-Inspired Machine That Writes Messages and Draws Pictures!

Apple Engineer Uses LEGO Bricks to Build “Hugo”-Inspired Machine That Writes Messages and Draws Pictures!

The Martin Scorsese film Hugo did something fantastic: it gave life to a machine. The automaton featured in the film mirrored technology that really existed in the 18th and 19th century--a time

Read More >

  • Read Inhabitat

  • Search Categories

  • Recent Posts

  • Recent Comments

  • Browse by Keyword

get the free Inhabitat newsletter

Submit this form
popular today
all time
most commented
more popular stories >
more popular stories >
more popular stories >
What are you looking for? (Solar, HVAC, etc.)
Where are you located?