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6 Easy Tips to Green Your 4th of July!

6 Easy Tips to Green Your 4th of July!

Summer veggies, Shutterstock 1. Go Meatless for the Day Nothing says 4th of July like a backyard barbecue but the global meat industry has put a terrible strain on the planet. So this year, why not

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Toronto’s PwC Tower is a Smart Office Building with an 8,000-Square-Foot Urban Forest

Toronto’s PwC Tower is a Smart Office Building with an 8,000-Square-Foot Urban Forest

The urban forest is essentially a large-scale intensive green roof that helps to reduce the building's heating and cooling needs while preventing excess stormwater runoff. Additionally, the building

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Eggasus is a Personal Egg-Shaped Electric Vehicle for the Future

Eggasus is a Personal Egg-Shaped Electric Vehicle for the Future

This egg-shaped vehicle may look like something out of the movies, but the Eggasus is a new personal electric vehicle that is set to launch in the U.S. this fall. Unlike the current electric vehicles on

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Skanska and LMN Architects’ Seattle Stone34 Complex Will Be Edible!

Skanska and LMN Architects’ Seattle Stone34 Complex Will Be Edible!

Seattle’s new Eco-District is getting a brand new addition that is sure to propel the up-and-coming hotspot into a sustainable architectural hub. Developed by Skanska and designed by LMN Architects, the

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LunaHelm Is a Psychedelic LED Bike Helmet That Makes Sure You’re Seen in the Dark!

LunaHelm Is a Psychedelic LED Bike Helmet That Makes Sure You’re Seen in the Dark!

Being visible in the dark is of crucial importance to cyclists and skateboarders setting out at night, so with that in mind the Exertion Games Lab team at RMIT University in Australia has created the

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We Are You Unveils Sweeping Green Cycling Center for Gothenburg

We Are You Unveils Sweeping Green Cycling Center for Gothenburg

All manner of cyclists exist in Sweden including commuters and athletes, but there are few spaces for them to gather and coalesce. Creating such an environment will have the double effect of uniting

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13-Year-Old Boy Becomes The Fastest Kid In The World At Human Powered Vehicle Championships!

13-Year-Old Boy Becomes The Fastest Kid In The World At Human Powered Vehicle Championships!

A 13-year-old boy from the UK has become the fastest kid in the world by winning the Human Powered Vehicle World Championship's Junior class. Tim Parker, who is from Stithians and attends Penair School in

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The Kaylad 2.0 Electric Tricycle Promotes Eco-Friendly Commuting

The Kaylad 2.0 Electric Tricycle Promotes Eco-Friendly Commuting

Hopefully, in the not too distant future, we will be riding about town in more stylish electric vehicles like this electric tricycle designed by Dimitris Niavis. The Kaylad 2.0 electric tricycle is an

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11 Great Green Gifts for Father’s Day 2012

11 Great Green Gifts for Father’s Day 2012

WrecordsByMonkey Recycled Record iPhone Case - $45 If your dad's a music junky with an extensive collection of vinyl, then consider getting him one of these groovy iPhone cases made from old recycled

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BikeBorg: Cyberpunk Suits Connect Cyclists With Their Bikes

BikeBorg: Cyberpunk Suits Connect Cyclists With Their Bikes

BikeBorgs are a theoretical cycling subculture that combine aspects of cyberpunk and DIY hardware-hacking with individually modified bikes. Like The Borg of Star Trek fame, the BikeBorgs combine

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BMW Unveils Updated i3 and New i Pedelec Electric Bicycle in London

BMW Unveils Updated i3 and New i Pedelec Electric Bicycle in London

To coincide with the opening of the world’s first BMW i Store on London’s Park Lane, BMW has unveiled an updated i3 concept and the i Pedelec concept electric bicycle. The updated i3 is based on the

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BEN’s Shipping Container Bike Shop Provides Hope Amid Gang Wars in South Africa

BEN’s Shipping Container Bike Shop Provides Hope Amid Gang Wars in South Africa

Andrew Wheeldon established BEN a decade ago in order to promote poverty alleviation and sustainable mobility for the 2014 World Design Capital's poorest residents. A non-profit organization that receives

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Ozon Cyclery Builds Bamboo Bikes for Berlin’s Carbon-Conscious Commuters

Ozon Cyclery Builds Bamboo Bikes for Berlin’s Carbon-Conscious Commuters

Berlin's Ozon Cyclery is a fantastic project that is set on changing the German city's bike-scape by introducing unique custom-made bikes made from bamboo. A team of bike-enthusiasts started the venture

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Golden Glory is a Gilded Temporary Art Pavilion in Germany

Golden Glory is a Gilded Temporary Art Pavilion in Germany

Showcasing golden works from the bicycle capital of Germany's late medieval era, the exhibition space at Münster Domplatz (cathedral square) was cramped and easy to miss, so the small pavilion acts as a

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iPhone Amplifier Reuses a Vintage Bike Horn to Blast Some Tunes

iPhone Amplifier Reuses a Vintage Bike Horn to Blast Some Tunes

Here at Inhabitat we have seen some very creative iPhone amplifiers that use bamboo canes, repurposed musical instruments and even an entire tree trunk to blast tunes. But here is one example you can

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Model Citizens Creates a Hub for Emerging Green Creatives at NY Design Week

Model Citizens Creates a Hub for Emerging Green Creatives at NY Design Week

The Wave Loung by 0 to 1 Designed by 0 to 1, the Wave has been constructed from recycled cardboard cores that were once used to hold fabric or packing materials. The structure is connected by

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Awesome Velodrome Trebles as a Bike Pavilion and Cafe in China

Awesome Velodrome Trebles as a Bike Pavilion and Cafe in China

The Dutch are both bike-mad and safety-conscious, so there's no need to worry about anyone crashing down the short flight of stairs that leads to the lower level cafe and bike rental facility. A fence

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Berlin’s Jungfernheide Park Lets You Climb Amidst Hundred-Year-Old Treetops

Berlin’s Jungfernheide Park Lets You Climb Amidst Hundred-Year-Old Treetops

Waldhochseilgarten is only 15 minutes away from West Berlin, and access is provided through a luscious forest road full of oaks, elms and maple trees. The whole climbing park system -- including the

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The Fahrradi Farfalla FFX is a Pedal-Powered Ferrari!

The Fahrradi Farfalla FFX is a Pedal-Powered Ferrari!

Ferrari makes some of the greatest supercars in the world, but unfortunately drivers looking for a green supercar have had to look elsewhere. Until the upcoming Ferrari hybrid debuts, Ferrari buyers now

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Smart Announces Plan to Launch Electric Scooter in 2014

Smart Announces Plan to Launch Electric Scooter in 2014

Daimler's Smart division, best known for small cars like the Smart ForTwo, has announced that it will bring an electric scooter to the market in 2014. Smart originally unveiled the escooter in 2010,

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1970s Double-Decker Bus in Berlin Transformed Into Mobile Kiosk

1970s Double-Decker Bus in Berlin Transformed Into Mobile Kiosk

Kjosk is a collaborative project that started when Rosmarie Köckenberger was working as part of the interdisciplinary creative team Balestra Berlin. Featuring an outdoor eating area furnished with

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Composer Cheryl Leonard Creates Musical Works from the Sounds of Nature

Composer Cheryl Leonard Creates Musical Works from the Sounds of Nature

It’s not easy to write about sound, so maybe it’s better to start with the objects that emit them. As part of a NSF program which invites artists and writers to explore Antarctica Cheryl spent 6 weeks

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Tokyo Zoo Project Maps Gigantic Animals in Tokyo Using Bike Lanes

Tokyo Zoo Project Maps Gigantic Animals in Tokyo Using Bike Lanes

Claiming to be “the world’s largest zoo”, the Tokyo Zoo Project offers a wild new way to cycle around the Japanese capital. The idea is that people request — through Twitter

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Portland Will Host the 6th Annual Living Future unConference

Portland Will Host the 6th Annual Living Future unConference

Portland, Oregon is often recognized as one of the greenest cities in America. The city has plans for peak oil and climate action and policies to address recycling and sustainable urban development, so

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Glo-Bar Integrates Low-energy LEDs Into Bicycle Handlebars

Glo-Bar Integrates Low-energy LEDs Into Bicycle Handlebars

Designed to increase safety while cycling at night, designer Mitchell Silva created a clever light system that integrates LEDs into a bike's handlebar. Dubbed Glo-Bar, this simple idea consists of

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SoBi: Social Bicycle Sharing System Makes it Easy to Find and Rent Bikes

SoBi: Social Bicycle Sharing System Makes it Easy to Find and Rent Bikes

SoBi, created and founded by Ryan Rzepecki, is an affordable bike sharing system that makes it easy to rent a bike when you need it and doesn't require dedicated docking stations or other infrastructure.

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Stunning ZecOO Electric Motorcycle Unveiled at the 2012 Tokyo Motorcycle Show

Stunning ZecOO Electric Motorcycle Unveiled at the 2012 Tokyo Motorcycle Show

The styling of most electric bikes doesn't stray too far from a standard human-powered motorcycle, but the ZecOO custom e-bike you see here brings some much needed pizazz to the plate. Designed by Kota

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