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Low-Income School in Hong Kong Named ‘Greenest School on Earth’

Low-Income School in Hong Kong Named ‘Greenest School on Earth’

A low-income school in Hong Kong was just named one of the "Greenest Schools on Earth" by the U.S. Green Building Council! Sing Yin Secondary School shows that eco-friendly principles aren’t just for

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Legal Marijuana More Popular and Profitable than Smartphones in the U.S.

Legal Marijuana More Popular and Profitable than Smartphones in the U.S.

Image of prescription marijuana via Shutterstock Move over technology, there's a hot new industry in town and it's all green. New research shows that legal marijuana is among the fastest-growing

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Keyless Lock8 Bicycle Lock Sends Theft Alerts to Your Smartphone

Keyless Lock8 Bicycle Lock Sends Theft Alerts to Your Smartphone

Lock8 is the world’s first smart bike lock that can be operated via smartphone! The keyless lock has a GPS tracker that helps users find their bicycles when they are either misplaced or stolen. It is

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Proceeds from Artist Eric Abel’s ‘Kelpafornia’ Prints will Benefit Ocean Cleanup Efforts

Proceeds from Artist Eric Abel’s ‘Kelpafornia’ Prints will Benefit Ocean Cleanup Efforts

Artist Erik Abel has released a set of eco-friendly prints to benefit Heal the Bay, a nonprofit that has been working to keep Southern California oceans and beaches clean for nearly 30 years. His latest

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Chinese Man Lives in Portable House He Carries on his Back Like a Snail

Chinese Man Lives in Portable House He Carries on his Back Like a Snail

One traveling man in China has made his home part of his wardrobe by carrying a hand made shelter on his back like a snail. China News caught up with Liu Lingchao, a 38 year old man who makes his living

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HOW TO: Protect Your Plants Over the Winter

HOW TO: Protect Your Plants Over the Winter

Frozen leaf image via Shutterstock Here in the northern hemisphere, nights are growing chillier, and it's not unusual to wake up to a light frost clinging to car windshields and lingering garden

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Paulett Taggart Architects’ Light-Filled Telegraph Hill House Boasts Stunning Views of the San Francisco Bay [PHOTOS]

Paulett Taggart Architects’ Light-Filled Telegraph Hill House Boasts Stunning Views of the San Francisco Bay [PHOTOS]

Paulett Taggart Architects responded to the need for more natural light in the interior of the home by adding a dramatic full-height exposed stair and a new glass wall at the side of the house, opening up

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800,000 Evacuated as 140mph Cyclone Hits India’s East Coast

800,000 Evacuated as 140mph Cyclone Hits India’s East Coast

Indian authorities are expressing relief at what appears to be a relatively low rate of causalities after "Super Cyclone" Phailin made landfall in the states of Odisha and Andhra Pradesh on Saturday

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Prefab Moyle Duplex in Yellowknife Comprises a Set of Super Energy Efficient Modern Homes

Prefab Moyle Duplex in Yellowknife Comprises a Set of Super Energy Efficient Modern Homes

The 131 Moyle duplex is the latest of a series of dwellings SMPLy MOD Prefab Homes has built in Yellowknife, NWT. This duplex sits adjacent to their other duplex, 133 Moyle, and remains energy efficient

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8 Heartbreakingly Adorable Endangered Animals That We Need to Save

8 Heartbreakingly Adorable Endangered Animals That We Need to Save

Giant Panda [Status: Endangered] The Giant Panda is the rarest member of the bear family. Pandas live in the bamboo forests high in the mountains of western China. They subsist almost entirely on bamboo.

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Singapore McDonalds Unveils a Green Roof Designed to Sustain Local Wildlife

Singapore McDonalds Unveils a Green Roof Designed to Sustain Local Wildlife

The crowning feature of this particular McDonalds is the lush green roof that provides an all-natural aesthetic, and camouflages the building amongst the naturally occurring vegetation on its outskirts.

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Japanese Peach Garden Home Blends Tradition With Modern Development

Japanese Peach Garden Home Blends Tradition With Modern Development

The courtyard sitting at the end of a narrow entrance from the roadside is an important pacifying element of the house. It creates a clear transition between the busy outside world and the tranquil

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Prefab Eco Resort Planned 356m Above Sea Level in the Mists of Peru’s Cloud Forest

Prefab Eco Resort Planned 356m Above Sea Level in the Mists of Peru’s Cloud Forest

Each of the prefabricated buildings will be built on a 6m hexagonal base, utilizing a modular design in place of conventional pitched roof buildings that are normally erected in rain forests. There are

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Ask U.S. Solar Decathlon Teams Pressing Green Questions TODAY on Google+!

Ask U.S. Solar Decathlon Teams Pressing Green Questions TODAY on Google+!

Want to know the latest in energy saving technologies or what app best controls your lights? Then you might want to ask those in the know—specifically members from this year's Solar Decathlon teams.

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9 Exceptionally Delicious (and Easy) Vegan Meals You can Make on a Budget

9 Exceptionally Delicious (and Easy) Vegan Meals You can Make on a Budget

Tofu Scramble in a Whole Wheat Wrap This is a great way to get an energy burst of protein first thing in the morning, and the amounts listed here will serve 2 hearty eaters. Feel free to halve the

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Panda Poop Microbes Could Lead to Biofuel Production that Doesn’t Use Corn

Panda Poop Microbes Could Lead to Biofuel Production that Doesn’t Use Corn

Pandas at the Memphis Zoo may be contributing to their upkeep soon thanks to research from the Mississippi State University. This week, scientists presented research at the 246th National Meeting &

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Check out the Boston Society of Architects’ New Exhibit ‘Reprogramming the City’

Check out the Boston Society of Architects’ New Exhibit ‘Reprogramming the City’

Reprogramming the City is an exhibit hosted by the Boston Society of Architects, displaying more than 20 ideas of innovative uses of existing city infrastructure, such as lamp posts which can become

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6 Essential Kitchen Tools for Vegan and Raw Cuisine

6 Essential Kitchen Tools for Vegan and Raw Cuisine

1. Eco Friendly Cutting Boards Select a set of durable and sustainable food-grade cutting boards, such as ones made from polypropylene and flax husk. Using flax husk reduces the amount of plastic used

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Modern Silicom House in Madrid Peeks Out from a Leafy Allotment

Modern Silicom House in Madrid Peeks Out from a Leafy Allotment

The Silicom House peeks out from a gentle slope in Madrid that is surrounded by the allotment's luscious greenery. The family home sits in a sunk-in design and to access it one has to go around gorgeous

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Gorgeous Eco-Friendly Villa in Bali Built Using Only Local Materials and Labor

Gorgeous Eco-Friendly Villa in Bali Built Using Only Local Materials and Labor

Hand-designed rammed earth walls mimic the interior of The Grand Canyon, using only 5-8% cement, limestone, pigments and soil from the job site – which also eliminated the need for soil to be trucked

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Feng Shui Your Home With This Helpful Infographic!

Feng Shui Your Home With This Helpful Infographic!

The way you design your home says a lot about who you are. Not only that, it can also determine how you feel throughout the day. An unstructured, disorganized home creates chaos and contributes to a lack

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SXSW Eco Place By Design Competition Announces Finalists

SXSW Eco Place By Design Competition Announces Finalists

SXSW Eco recently announced the fifteen finalists that will go on to compete in their annual conference’s Place by Design Competition. Final submissions were hand-selected by a distinguished jury of

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LAST CHANCE: Enter Inhabitat’s Back To School Contest to Win $250+ of Green Goodies Including a Voltaic Solar Backpack (Worth $129)

LAST CHANCE: Enter Inhabitat’s Back To School Contest to Win $250+ of Green Goodies Including a Voltaic Solar Backpack (Worth $129)

Enter Inhabitat's 2013 Back to School Contest! We can't believe how fast summer flew by - but now that fall is on the horizon it's time to start getting ready for a green school year - and Inhabitat is

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Zundert’s Bloemencorso Flower Parade Wows Visitors With Floats Made From Thousands of Blooms!

Zundert’s Bloemencorso Flower Parade Wows Visitors With Floats Made From Thousands of Blooms!

The tiny town of Zundert is most famously known as the birthplace of master painted Vincent Van Gogh, and the Bloemencorso parade honors his artistic spirit. With a population of just 20,000, the town

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10 Brilliant Green ‘Designs to Improve Life’ Shortlisted for the 2013 INDEX: Award!

10 Brilliant Green ‘Designs to Improve Life’ Shortlisted for the 2013 INDEX: Award!

Lepsis Terrarium Grows Edible Grasshopers As the world's population expands and resources for producing food become scarce, the World Health Organization thinks that we could all do with more insects

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Beautiful Wooden Home in Norway Is Built Around Forest Trees

Beautiful Wooden Home in Norway Is Built Around Forest Trees

The wooden Square House is situated within a dense pine forest area on a car-free island called Nøtterøy. It was built from vertical boards of local pine that create a cubic shelter surrounded by

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H&P Architects’ BES Pavillion Provides a Dynamic Cultural Hub for Locals in Ha Tinh, Vietnam

H&P Architects’ BES Pavillion Provides a Dynamic Cultural Hub for Locals in Ha Tinh, Vietnam

Located in Ha Tinh, Vietnam, the BES (Bamboo–Earth–Stone) pavilion is a service space focused on bringing art and culture closer to the city's inhabitants. BES is constructed from local materials

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Singapore’s River Safari is the World’s First Park to Achieve Green Mark Platinum

Singapore’s River Safari is the World’s First Park to Achieve Green Mark Platinum

River Safari showcases plant and animal life from the Amazon, Mississippi, Congo, Nile, Ganges, Murray, Mekong and Yangtze rivers. The park is divided into four zones, including an elevated bridge that

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Sustainable Makokos Floating School in Nigeria is Finally Complete

Sustainable Makokos Floating School in Nigeria is Finally Complete

The floating locality of Makoko has around 100,000 habitants, a congregation of fishermen that settled in the area 200 years ago. Dubbed "Africa's Venice," it is situated on a lagoon at the edge of Lagos

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Stanford Breaks Ground on Rammed Earth Windhover Contemplative Center

Stanford Breaks Ground on Rammed Earth Windhover Contemplative Center

The Windhover Contemplative Center will be a meditation center that is intended for spiritual retreat on the Stanford University campus. Artist Nathan Oliveira, who died in 2010, had a dream of building a

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