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Massive Energy-Independent ‘Tree of Life’ Pavilion Unveiled for the World Expo 2015 in Milan

Massive Energy-Independent ‘Tree of Life’ Pavilion Unveiled for the World Expo 2015 in Milan

Nemesi & Partners Srl, Proger SpA and BMS Progetti Srl just won an international competition to design the Padiglione Italia pavilion for the World Expo 2015 in Milan. The Italian team's "Tree of

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Portland bans an insecticide in an effort to help save threatened bee population

Portland bans an insecticide in an effort to help save threatened bee population

The city of Portland, Oregon is trying to do their part to save the bees by banning the use of neonicotinoid insecticides on city-owned property. The Portland city council unanimously approved the

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Chevrolet unveils 2016 Malibu Hybrid at the New York Auto Show

Chevrolet unveils 2016 Malibu Hybrid at the New York Auto Show

Chevrolet just unveiled its brand new 2016 Malibu Hybrid at the New York Auto Show - and it's lighter, more stylish, and more efficient thanks to a jolt of technology borrowed from the 2016 Chevy Volt.

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California’s drought is so bad that the Eastern US is shipping its snow west

California’s drought is so bad that the Eastern US is shipping its snow west

As California enters its fourth year of drought, there's still no relief in sight. According to NASA, the state has just one year of water left, and in a last ditch effort cities are drilling wells to tap

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U.S. aims for 28 percent cut in emissions by 2025 in promise to UN

U.S. aims for 28 percent cut in emissions by 2025 in promise to UN

+ FACT SHEET: U.S. Reports its 2025 Emissions Target to the UNFCCC

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Cadillac CT6 plug-in hybrid to debut this month in Shanghai

Cadillac CT6 plug-in hybrid to debut this month in Shanghai

Cadillac has unveiled the 2016 Cadillac CT6 flagship sedan at the New York Auto Show. While Cadillac showed off three different powertrains for the new CT6, one version was missing - the CT6 plug-in

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Solar Impulse lands in China to share messages about clean energy

Solar Impulse lands in China to share messages about clean energy

Solar Impulse 2 landed in China on Tuesday, bringing a strong message about the importance of clean energy and sustainability to a country with major environmental issues. As we follow the epic

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Tesla unveils designs for a plug-in hybrid mobile home, the Model H

Tesla unveils designs for a plug-in hybrid mobile home, the Model H

The conveniences and luxuries of modern life always come at an expense. Tesla products are no exception, in fact, according to CEO Elon Musk, they are the rule. Musk understands that many people are so

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One Texas city will run on 100 percent clean energy by 2017

One Texas city will run on 100 percent clean energy by 2017

In the heart of oil and republican climate-denier country, one Texas city is breaking down traditions and stereotypes – because it plans to be completely powered by solar and wind power by 2017. Jim

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Antarctica records what may have been its hottest day ever

Antarctica records what may have been its hottest day ever

While the north eastern US was deluged with snow over the past few months, much of the world was experiencing some of the warmest winters on record. Now, the coldest place on Earth—Antarctica—has

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Source reveals Apple’s new car will be autonomous—and powered by Siri

Source reveals Apple’s new car will be autonomous—and powered by Siri

Last month, rumors began swirling about a new Apple car after it was revealed that the company had hired a group of engineers from electric car battery manufacturer A123. In typical Apple fashion, the

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Scientists Create World’s First 3D-Printed 3D Printer!

Scientists Create World’s First 3D-Printed 3D Printer!

Researchers at Germany's Doppelbock University just opened the door to the future of rapid prototyping technology by developing the world's first 3D-printed 3D printer! Dubbed the Ecophage, the

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NYC Will Replace Taxis With New Driverless Google Cabs

NYC Will Replace Taxis With New Driverless Google Cabs

News has just broke that NYC Mayor de Blasio has signed a contract with Google to replace all the city's yellow cabs with Google’s patented driverless cars. The mayor’s office reported that 5000

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McDonald’s to Add Lab-Grown ‘Chicken’ McNuggets to its Menu

McDonald’s to Add Lab-Grown ‘Chicken’ McNuggets to its Menu

McDonald's just announced it will be the first fast food restaurant in the United States to add lab-grown meat to its menu. Following the success of Sergey Brin's lab-grown burger experiment in London

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Smarter traffic light programming could help cut carbon emissions, MIT study shows

Smarter traffic light programming could help cut carbon emissions, MIT study shows

Idling cars create unnecessary greenhouse gas emissions, so common sense indicates that less time sitting in traffic would lead to a cleaner world. A new study by researchers at MIT shows how

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Super-efficient graphene LED bulbs to hit the stores this year

Super-efficient graphene LED bulbs to hit the stores this year

Graphene—everyone's favorite super strong carbon material—may just be set to revolutionize the LED. A dimmable bulb is set to be launched in UK stores later this year that contains a filament-shaped

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Gogoro to launch battery-swapping electric Smartscooter this summer in Taipei

Gogoro to launch battery-swapping electric Smartscooter this summer in Taipei

This past January Gogoro unveiled its battery-swapping Smartscooter - and the startup just announced that its zippy electric scooters will hit the streets of Taipei this summer! The pilot program will

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After scandal, GNC commits to test all herbal supplements for unlabeled and fraudulent ingredients

After scandal, GNC commits to test all herbal supplements for unlabeled and fraudulent ingredients

In the wake of a scandal which found that herbal supplements at major national retailers contain anything from powdered rice and asparagus to cheap fillers—and allergens—such as wheat, Pennsylvania

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Foster + Partners reveal plans for new metro system in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia

Foster + Partners reveal plans for new metro system in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia

Award-winning architecture firm Foster + Partners has been chosen to create a new city-wide public transportation plan for Jeddah—one of the most vibrant city centres in Saudi Arabia. F+P came out

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This energy-harvesting plastic could have revolutionary green energy and medical applications

This energy-harvesting plastic could have revolutionary green energy and medical applications

We’re learning a lot about new green energy technology these days, from wireless solar power to smog-eating concrete. And now this: a plastic used in tubing can actually produce electricity when

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PETITION: Tell presidential candidates to stop lying about climate change!

PETITION: Tell presidential candidates to stop lying about climate change!

In 2016, the American people will select a new president, and that person will face some of the most difficult challenges this world has ever seen. Climate change and the human impact on it are arguably

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Students create a fire extinguisher that puts out flames using sound waves

Students create a fire extinguisher that puts out flames using sound waves

  Using sound waves to put out fires could be the next big thing in fire fighting technology. George Mason University engineering students, Seth Robertson and Viet Tran have built a new kind

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2016 Mercedes-Benz GLE500e is the brand’s first plug-in hybrid SUV

2016 Mercedes-Benz GLE500e is the brand’s first plug-in hybrid SUV

Mercedes-Benz has revealed the 2016 GLE SUV, which officially replaces the popular M-Class SUV. The big news is that the GLE also introduces Mercedes' first plug-in hybrid SUV - the GLE500e, which can

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Biohackers can give you night vision—by injecting it into your eyeballs

Biohackers can give you night vision—by injecting it into your eyeballs

Definitely falling under the categories of "weirdest stuff we never thought we'd see" and "definitely not for the squeamish," a team of biohackers in California claims to have given a man the power of

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Brilliant Mold-Detecting Fruit Bowl Alerts You to Rotting Fruit Before it Goes Bad

Brilliant Mold-Detecting Fruit Bowl Alerts You to Rotting Fruit Before it Goes Bad

Who hasn't experienced the frustration of picking a piece of fruit out of a bowl only to toss it out because it's covered in a nasty layer of mold? Student designer Jagjit Chodha hopes to put an end to

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Russia has ambitious plans to build a superhighway to Alaska

Russia has ambitious plans to build a superhighway to Alaska

Russia has announced big plans for a superhighway that would effectively connect all the continents in the Northern Hemisphere, making it possible to travel from New York westward through Russia and on to

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U.S. approves $350,000 hunt of endangered black rhino in Namibia

U.S. approves $350,000 hunt of endangered black rhino in Namibia

A hunter who last year paid $350,000 at a Dallas auction to hunt an endangered Black Rhino in Namibia has been permitted by U.S. authorities to bring the so-called trophy back to the United States. The

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Updated: Star Wars Tatooine villages in Tunisia are safe from ISIS

Updated: Star Wars Tatooine villages in Tunisia are safe from ISIS

The infamous Tunisian Star Wars sets, that represent Luke Skywalker's desert planet of Tatooine, have had it rough in the past. If it's not Imperial Stormtroopers, then the sets are being threatened by

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Google’s self-driving car will have exterior airbags to protect pedestrians

Google’s self-driving car will have exterior airbags to protect pedestrians

Google is hard at work on its upcoming self-driving car and now it's been revealed that the little car could have a new technology to protect pedestrians - external airbags. It's being reported that

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SelgasCano unveils colorful chrysalis-like designs for the 2015 Serpentine Pavilion

SelgasCano unveils colorful chrysalis-like designs for the 2015 Serpentine Pavilion

Spanish architects Jose Selgas and Lucia Cano of SelgasCano just unveiled designs for the 2015 Serpentine Pavilion, a temporary summer structure to be built in London’s Kensington Gardens. Commissioned

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