Mark Lukach

 

Mark Lukach is a freelance writer based out of San Francisco's Ocean Beach, where he finds the soothing snoring of his bulldog and the chill of the fog a perfect backdrop for getting work done. When he's not typing away at his laptop, he loves to get outdoors and play in the ocean, ride his bike for way too long, or run barefoot on the beach. His greatest design accomplishment is in his ability to make the perfect milkshake. You can check out more of Mark's writing as his website marklukach.com

Mark Lukach
Danny Hess and the Search for a Sustainable Surfboard

Danny Hess and the Search for a Sustainable Surfboard

Image © Danny Hess His boards are often described by the surfers who ride them as “magical.” His website shows the broad range of boards he makes, from small summer fishes to big wave

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INTERVIEW: We Talk Repurposed Tire Rubber Sandals With Kyle Parsons of IndoSole

INTERVIEW: We Talk Repurposed Tire Rubber Sandals With Kyle Parsons of IndoSole

Inhabitat: Can you describe IndoSole? Kyle: IndoSole is a lifestyle brand based around resourceful thinking. We do that through footwear that we call “Indos,” which feature a repurposed

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Amazon to Introduce Book Lending to the Kindle

Amazon to Introduce Book Lending to the Kindle

Amazon appears poised to once again change the face of the book publishing industry. As if the Kindle wasn't enough, Amazon's new vision for e-readers could turn your Kindle into a full-blown

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PRODUCT REVIEW: Brooks’ Green Silence Running Shoe Treads Lightly on the Environment

PRODUCT REVIEW: Brooks’ Green Silence Running Shoe Treads Lightly on the Environment

I remember when I first got serious about running, and I went to a shoe store and the workers put me through a litany of tests: run on a treadmill; put your foot in water, and then stand on a

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Telluride Gondolas Will Be Powered by Solar Panels While Providing Carbon Offsets

Telluride Gondolas Will Be Powered by Solar Panels While Providing Carbon Offsets

The world's coolest commute is about to get even cooler, and greener. That's because the Colorado-based Green Gondola Campaign is aiming to turn the gondola that connects Telluride with

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Just How Green Is Your Bicycle Commute?

Just How Green Is Your Bicycle Commute?

With bike sharing and committed bike lanes on the rise, it seems like biking would be the no-brainer option for an eco-friendly commute, and yet some critics ponder if biking is actually better

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London-Based Sleeping Bags Turns Old Bed Linens Into Beautiful Tote Bags

London-Based Sleeping Bags Turns Old Bed Linens Into Beautiful Tote Bags

In London-based social-entrepreneur Andy Marks' world there are plenty of ways to recycle, reduce and reuse even the most unlikely materials. Focusing in on old bed linens from the most

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$1 Pocket-Sized Blood Lab Can Accurately Detect HIV

$1 Pocket-Sized Blood Lab Can Accurately Detect HIV

A credit card-sized plastic chip created by researchers at Columbia University could radically increase the availability of diagnostic tests able to identify HIV and syphillis in the developing

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