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Unbelievable Challenge unveils winning designs for Santa Claus’ Arctic logistics center

Unbelievable Challenge unveils winning designs for Santa Claus’ Arctic logistics center

Launched in spring 2014 by Ruukki Construction, the City of Oulu, Helsinki Design Week, and Snøhetta, the Unbelievable Challenge attracted 243 entries from 59 countries. In addition to the grand

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Inhabitat Interviews Shiply Green Logistics Company Founder Robert Matthams

Inhabitat Interviews Shiply Green Logistics Company Founder Robert Matthams

Inhabitat: Could you tell us how Shiply got started? How did you go from the first concept of the company to actually creating and growing Shiply? Matthams: I got the idea when I was ordering a pool

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US Defense Logistics Agency Makes Single Largest Gov. Purchase of Advanced Drop-In Biofuels Ever

US Defense Logistics Agency Makes Single Largest Gov. Purchase of Advanced Drop-In Biofuels Ever

As part of the government's push to wean the United States off of foreign oil, the US Department of Defense in coordination with the US Department of Agriculture just announced the largest single

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Sweden expands its hydrogen vehicle refueling station network

Sweden expands its hydrogen vehicle refueling station network

Sweden is installing a permanent hydrogen fuel filling station in the city of Gothenburg. The new station will make it possible to travel by hydrogen-fueled vehicle the whole length of the roughly

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Facebook Unveils Plans for Solar-Powered Internet Drones as Big as 747s

Facebook Unveils Plans for Solar-Powered Internet Drones as Big as 747s

Yael Maguire, the engineering director at Facebook's Connectivity Lab, has revealed further details about the social media giant's plans to expand internet access to communities worldwide. In order to

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How You Can Participate in the Largest Climate March in History This Sunday

How You Can Participate in the Largest Climate March in History This Sunday

The largest climate march in history takes place this Sunday - and if you care about the environment and securing a sustainable future for people on planet earth we hope to see you there! The People's

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UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon Will Join the People’s Climate March This Sunday in NYC

UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon Will Join the People’s Climate March This Sunday in NYC

In an unprecedented announcement, the United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon just revealed that he will be joining the People's Climate March in New York this Sunday, September 21st. Showing his

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Fragile: Reusable Elastic Membrane Offers Less Wasteful Way to Transport Valuable Goods

Fragile: Reusable Elastic Membrane Offers Less Wasteful Way to Transport Valuable Goods

Mireia Gordi Vila designed her flexible and reusable packaging for the Royal College of Art's upcoming graduate show. The design was originally conceived for extremely valuable goods, but it could also be

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BIG Designs Amazing Spiral-shaped Museum for Swiss Watchmaker Audemars Piguet

BIG Designs Amazing Spiral-shaped Museum for Swiss Watchmaker Audemars Piguet

The 2,400 square meter (25,800 square feet) pavilion was conceived as a storyline for visitors. It guides them through a linear sequence of spaces and events: from the entrance through lounges, galleries

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7 Ways to Raise Your Voice (and Not Sea Levels) for World Environment Day

7 Ways to Raise Your Voice (and Not Sea Levels) for World Environment Day

Take the WED Challenge Head over to the United Nations Environment Program's WED Challenge webpage and pledge your support for one of four WED teams to commit to taking action, not just today, but every

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The Awesome Reason You’ll Never See a UPS Truck Take a Left Turn in the U.S.

The Awesome Reason You’ll Never See a UPS Truck Take a Left Turn in the U.S.

Email and text messages may have replaced snail mail, but there are some things that you just can't send electronically. While the Internet may have killed the handwritten letter, all those online stores

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INHABITAT INTERVIEW: Green Architect & Cradle to Cradle Founder William McDonough

INHABITAT INTERVIEW: Green Architect & Cradle to Cradle Founder William McDonough

INHABITAT: What inspired you to write 'Cradle to Cradle' (the book) and launch the Cradle to Cradle system? William McDonough: From an early age, I was fascinated by differing attitudes towards

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Scotland Will Soon Be Home to the World’s First Self-Sufficient Island

Scotland Will Soon Be Home to the World’s First Self-Sufficient Island

Scotland’s Eigg Island might just be the world’s greenest island - and not only because of its pristine untouched landscape. The tiny isle off the country’s northwest coast boasts a broad array of

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The Dynalifter Could Transport 160 Tons of Freight Using Less Fuel and Money Than a Jet

The Dynalifter Could Transport 160 Tons of Freight Using Less Fuel and Money Than a Jet

Ohio Airships' hybrid Dynalifter is a massive hybrid airship that could transform how packages are transported around the world by reducing freight costs and extending the reach of delivery services to

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New Report Shows More Efficient Urban Transportation Could Save the World $70 Trillion

New Report Shows More Efficient Urban Transportation Could Save the World $70 Trillion

Photo from Shutterstock Transportation accounts for half of the world's oil consumption and about a fifth of the world's total energy use - and 40% of those resources are used for urban transportation.

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MAN’s New Concept S Cargo Truck is More Efficient, Larger and Safer

MAN’s New Concept S Cargo Truck is More Efficient, Larger and Safer

Articulated trucks are famously inefficient and can be dangerous for cyclists and pedestrians. The European Commission recently announced plans to change the rules governing the size of trucks to make

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Naval Research Laboratory Flies Their Hydrogen-Powered Ion Tiger UAV for Over 48 Hours

Naval Research Laboratory Flies Their Hydrogen-Powered Ion Tiger UAV for Over 48 Hours

A team from the U.S. Naval Research Laboratory (NRL) have broken their own record after flying their hydrogen fuel cell powered-Ion Tiger UAV for an astonishing 48 hours and 1 minute last month. The UAV,

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Boxman Studios Doubles Staff to Create More Pop-Up Shipping Container Buildings

Boxman Studios Doubles Staff to Create More Pop-Up Shipping Container Buildings

Boxman Studios was inspired to work with shipping containers during the economic downturn of 2008. They salvaged and bought decommissioned containers from old shipping and storage yards and customized

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US Navy to Pump Oil from Grounded Ship After Accident Destroys Large Areas of Coral Reef

US Navy to Pump Oil from Grounded Ship After Accident Destroys Large Areas of Coral Reef

The US Navy is set to begin pumping thousands of liters of oil from the USS Guardian ship, which ran aground on the Tubbataha Reef in the Philippines last week. The minesweeper already destroyed part of

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Solar Impulse Team to Attempt First Ever Solar-Powered Cross-U.S.A Flight in History

Solar Impulse Team to Attempt First Ever Solar-Powered Cross-U.S.A Flight in History

Flights across the U.S. have become quite commonplace since Calbraith Perry Rodgers completed the first one ever back in 1911, but now a new group of aviation pioneers wants to attempt the same feat with

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US Military Creates Cheap, Lightweight 3D Printer to Manufacture Equipment on the Frontline

US Military Creates Cheap, Lightweight 3D Printer to Manufacture Equipment on the Frontline

Photo via Shutterstock 3D printers are used extensively in engineering, architecture and product design - and now they're being embraced by the US army. In order to cut the costs of acquiring spare

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POD Point Launches Electric Vehicle Charging Network Across the UK

POD Point Launches Electric Vehicle Charging Network Across the UK

Inhabitat has long followed the progress of the electric car - from the spectacular Tesla Roadster to the more utilitarian Nissan Leaf  (although the Leaf has its moments!), with various others in

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FedEx Announces Plan to Cut CO2 Emissions by 50%

FedEx Announces Plan to Cut CO2 Emissions by 50%

Over the years, global logistics company FedEx has been doing everything it can to reduce the carbon emissions of its massive fleet. The company has done everything from implementing carbon offset

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London 2012 Olympic Games Serviced By Green Vehicle Fleet

London 2012 Olympic Games Serviced By Green Vehicle Fleet

The London 2012 Olympic Games has labelled itself as the 'Green Olympics', and although it has failed to be so in several aspects, it has succeeded in terms of transportation with its fleet of hydrogen

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15 US Military Leaders Say Climate Change Is a “Threat To National Security”

15 US Military Leaders Say Climate Change Is a “Threat To National Security”

Climate change is a threat to national security, according to fifteen leaders in the US Armed Forces. As the US military has always been at the cutting-edge of technology -- having developed everything

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Amazon Acquires a Robot Company to Improve Working Conditions In Its Warehouses

Amazon Acquires a Robot Company to Improve Working Conditions In Its Warehouses

On Tuesday, Amazon announced the purchase of Kiva Systems, a company that makes warehouse robots like the ones already being used in inventory and logistics-heavy retailers like Zappos and Staples. This

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San Francisco Working on Plan To Install Composting Public Toilets

San Francisco Working on Plan To Install Composting Public Toilets

San Francisco has a poop problem - in the city's Tenderloin district alone, there were almost 10,000 recorded "incidents of human waste" last year, according to the Bay Citizen. So this fall, the

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FLEXHUBDOCK: A Transforming Seaport that Creates a Safe and Vibrant Public Space for Barcelona

FLEXHUBDOCK: A Transforming Seaport that Creates a Safe and Vibrant Public Space for Barcelona

The FlexHubDock is a sustainable port concept developed by a group of IAAC students during their MAA 2010-2011 Emergent Territories/Ecocities Studio. FlexHubDock envisions Barcelona city 40 years from

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SolarShip’s Solar Cargo Helium Plane Is a Futuristic Airship That Actually Exists

SolarShip’s Solar Cargo Helium Plane Is a Futuristic Airship That Actually Exists

People have talked about building futuristic airships for zero emissions cargo shipping for a long time, but most of these green blimps remain on the drawing board. One company, SolarShip, has taken the

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