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GET OUT AND VOTE FOR THE ENVIRONMENT!

GET OUT AND VOTE FOR THE ENVIRONMENT!

GO VOTE! In case you've been living under a rock, today is election day in the U. S of A - and we're super excited for the possibilities that this hotly contested presidential election brings. If you

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VOTE THE ENVIRONMENT with Patagonia Recyclable Shells

VOTE THE ENVIRONMENT with Patagonia Recyclable Shells

With only two days left until Election Day here in the U.S., it seems as if the very fabric of our society is under microscopic scrutiny in this critical presidential election showdown. And with good

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Eco Ego Environmental Game

Eco Ego Environmental Game

Although we should all strive to make environmentally sound choices, sometimes it can be hard to envision the immediate impact of our actions. This quirky Eco Ego game presents an accessible - if

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The Prix Pictet: World’s First Environmental Photography Award

The Prix Pictet: World’s First Environmental Photography Award

Alberta Oil Sands #6, Tailings, by Edward Burtynsky Last month 18 of the world's leading photographers were shortlisted for the Prix Pictet, the first photography award dedicated to sustainability. Can

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California’s Environmental Performance Labels for New Cars

California’s Environmental Performance Labels for New Cars

The state of California passed legislation last week that will mandate the use of 'Environmental Performance' labels for all new cars sold in the state. Each vehicle receives a 'Global Warming' and 'Smog'

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Recycled Plastic Environmental Art Installation by MSLK

Recycled Plastic Environmental Art Installation by MSLK

We are always hunting high and low for innovative ways to reduce and reuse the plethora of plastic bags in our midst. The New York-based design firm, MSLK, is currently proposing an innovative and

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Herman Miller Environment: Eco revamp of design classics

Herman Miller Environment: Eco revamp of design classics

Herman Miller, the company behind the famous Aeron cradle-to-cradle chair, has just won another point for sexy sustainability by offering new takes on eight furniture design classics in eco-friendly

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Robotic Environmental Risk Assessment Rover by EcoArtTech

Robotic Environmental Risk Assessment Rover by EcoArtTech

Imagine if R2D2 didn't project images of Princess Leia, but rather an assessment of local superfund sites. Objectively, it's nothing like the very adorable R2D2, but the Environmental Risk Assessment

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E.P.A. (Environmental Performance Actions) at Exit Art TONIGHT

E.P.A. (Environmental Performance Actions) at Exit Art TONIGHT

There is quite a bit of eco-buzz circulating around the current E.P.A. exhibit at NYC's Exit Art gallery, and with good reason as the tag 'E-P-A' has gained new momentum thanks to the show's pro-active

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JODY BARTON’S Environmental Graphic Design

JODY BARTON’S Environmental Graphic Design

We're guilty of overlooking good green graphic design sometimes on Inhabitat, but here's a great example of visual communication as an effective tool for environmental and social change. London-based

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Greenmuseum’s Environmental Art Calendar 2008

Greenmuseum’s Environmental Art Calendar 2008

What better way to usher in the New Year than with greenmuseum's first ever environmental art calendar? Through a unique collaboration with Amber Lotus Publishers, greenmuseum.org, the not-for-profit

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CNN Environmental Documentary Airs Tonight: Planet in Peril

CNN Environmental Documentary Airs Tonight: Planet in Peril

We don't normally talk much about TV shows here on Inhabitat, but this new documentary which airs tonight looks so compelling - we thought we'd call your attention to it. Tonight, at 9pm, CNN's Planet in

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ALEPH Environmental Art Installation

ALEPH Environmental Art Installation

Taking cars' side-view mirrors to a conceptual and environmentally-conscious level, Aleph is an intriguing art installation that is both visually arresting and thought-provoking. Created for the purpose

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ENVIRONMENTAL PUBLIC ART IN NYC: The High Water Line

ENVIRONMENTAL PUBLIC ART IN NYC: The High Water Line

The water line is rising along NYC's waterfront, and public works artist Eve Mosher is using her High Water Line project to make sure that we understand the very real effects of climate change along our

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JOSH DORFMAN’S NEW BOOK: The Lazy Environmentalist

JOSH DORFMAN’S NEW BOOK: The Lazy Environmentalist

Despite the title, there's nothing lazy or boring about Josh Dorfman's new tome. The man behind Vivavi and the Modern Green Living directory has succeeded in putting together a comprehensive guide to both

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CONVERTING CO2 TO ENERGY: Environmental 2-For-1

CONVERTING CO2 TO ENERGY: Environmental 2-For-1

Here's a promising idea that could help alleviate two environmental problems at the same time: potentially decreasing carbon emissions while also generating renewable energy for transportation and

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CNET: When Corporate Greenwashing Chafes Environmentalists

CNET: When Corporate Greenwashing Chafes Environmentalists

Greenwashing is a hot topic these days. We've seen unusually heated debate over our recent posts on GE Ecomagination and Walmart, and just yesterday we spotted this provocative article over on CNET about

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SMART ENVIRONMENTS AWARD

SMART ENVIRONMENTS AWARD

The International Interior Design Association and Metropolis Magazine announce their first annual Smart Environment Awards recognizing interior environments that integrate design excellence, human

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CATCH JILL ON THE LAZY ENVIRONMENTALIST

CATCH JILL ON THE LAZY ENVIRONMENTALIST

Best known as the founder and CEO of Vivavi, Josh Dorfman also wears the hat of a radio host with his show, The Lazy Environmentalist, where he regularly features some of our favorite cohorts and leaders

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WORLD ENVIRONMENT DAY – Mayors converging on San Francisco

WORLD ENVIRONMENT DAY – Mayors converging on San Francisco

World Environment Day is taking place this weekend in San Francisco! Sponsored by the UN, its on from June 1st - June 5th (hey UN guys: shouldn't it be called World Environment Days?) There are over

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California Assembly votes to ban all products with toxic plastic microbeads

California Assembly votes to ban all products with toxic plastic microbeads

California has just voted in favor of what could become the strictest ban in the U.S. on all products that contain plastic microbeads—the tiny gritty flecks found in a wide array of toothpastes and

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This solar-powered ‘water ATM’ provides fresh drinking water in troubled areas

This solar-powered ‘water ATM’ provides fresh drinking water in troubled areas

Pakistan is short on water, but soon, you can scan a card and get water, right out of the ATM. What’s better is that the ATM’s are solar-powered. The card is given to those who need them and allots a

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Project B connects urban beekeeping with the needs of restaurants

Project B connects urban beekeeping with the needs of restaurants

Project B: Fundamental to the biodiversity cycle, and essential to our food chain, bee populations in industrial countries are decreasing at an alarming rate due to changes dictated by the

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Unilever uses food waste to save over 1 million metric tons of C02

Unilever uses food waste to save over 1 million metric tons of C02

Unilever has long stood proud as a food manufacturer with lofty sustainability goals—from their adoption of sustainable palm oil to their efforts urging consumers to cut back on waste, stating that food

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Gorgeous Valley House is a geometric timber cabin inspired by the Dolomite Mountains

Gorgeous Valley House is a geometric timber cabin inspired by the Dolomite Mountains

The 117-square-meter Valley House is top-heavy, with two diamond-shaped volumes stacked atop a triangular base. The entrance is elevated off the ground and accessible via a short flight of stairs. A small

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China threatens to slice through the Amazon with a 3,300-mile rail network

China threatens to slice through the Amazon with a 3,300-mile rail network

China is floating plans to build a 3,300 mile railway network in South America, jeopardizing one of the most critical and bio-diverse ecosystems on Earth. Next week China's Premier Li Keqiang will move

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Feds launch pollinator task force to protect butterflies and bees from further population decline

Feds launch pollinator task force to protect butterflies and bees from further population decline

The US Federal Government has unleashed its new action plan to save honeybees, butterflies, and other pollinators currently at risk. While the plan, created by the US Pollinator Task Force, makes some

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Peak number of coal plants are shutting down in 2015, ushering in a greener era

Peak number of coal plants are shutting down in 2015, ushering in a greener era

In 2014, 39% of American electricity is generated from the burning of coal, down from 52.8% in 1997. Though the fuel source has been steadily declining from its late 20th century peak due to competition

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Pipeline spills up to 105,000 gallons of oil along Santa Barbara coast

Pipeline spills up to 105,000 gallons of oil along Santa Barbara coast

Rescue crews are working to contain a four-mile wide slick after a pipeline crack yesterday caused 21,000 gallons of oil to flow into the areas pristine waters and coated the popular shores of Rufugio

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It’s raining millions of spiders in Australia

It’s raining millions of spiders in Australia

First they show up looking like shooting stars, but as they come closer, it's clear that they're some kind of UFO. Then, by the time they're really close up—perhaps too close—you can see that it is,

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