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South American Plastic Banks Turn Pollution into Currency

South American Plastic Banks Turn Pollution into Currency

Canadian Entrepreneurs David Katz and Shaun Frankson are on a mission to tackle poverty and plastic pollution in one fell swoop. Their startup Plastic Bank recognizes that many areas affected by plastic

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Massive Iceberg 10X the Size of Manhattan Breaks Off Antarctic Glacier

Massive Iceberg 10X the Size of Manhattan Breaks Off Antarctic Glacier

A few months ago Inhabitat reported that an iceberg 10 times the size of Manhattan broke away from the Antarctic into Pine Island Bay. Now that iceberg is drifting out of the bay and into the currents of

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10 Breathtaking Natural Tree Tunnels You’ve Got to See to Believe!

10 Breathtaking Natural Tree Tunnels You’ve Got to See to Believe!

It's Spring and as the world comes alive again, we're reminded of just how beautiful this planet of ours really is. In this time of special effects and virtual realities, it's important to unplug and get

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Sunseeker Duo Plane Inches Closer to World’s First Solar-Powered Passenger Flights

Sunseeker Duo Plane Inches Closer to World’s First Solar-Powered Passenger Flights

We've been tracking the progress of the world's first solar-powered two-seater airplane since the Sunseeker Duo made its initial public appearance in Friedrichshafen, Germany nearly one year ago. Since

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14 Stunning Photos of the Earth Remind Us How Important Conservation Is for All of Us

14 Stunning Photos of the Earth Remind Us How Important Conservation Is for All of Us

Great Barrier Reef Comprised of nearly 3,000 reefs and islands and stretching over 1,400 miles, The Great Barrier Reef provides a home to thousands of different species. Tropical fish, sea turtles,

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The Port Solar Charger Turns Any Window into a Power Outlet for Your Mobile Gadgets

The Port Solar Charger Turns Any Window into a Power Outlet for Your Mobile Gadgets

Whenever I arrive at a coffee shop or coworking space, the first thing I do is scope out the power outlets. Between a smartphone, laptop, and occasionally a tablet too, keeping my mobile office up and

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Scientists Develop a Way to Detect Cancer on Patients’ Breath

Scientists Develop a Way to Detect Cancer on Patients’ Breath

Cancer is a devastating killer that takes one out of every eight lives on the planet. While cancer treatments have improved over the years, one key to battling the disease is early detection, which has

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14 Awe-Inspiring Aerial Photographs Capture the Beauty of the Earth

14 Awe-Inspiring Aerial Photographs Capture the Beauty of the Earth

©Yann Arthus-Bertrand/Altitude Heart in Voh in New Caledonia "Heart in Voh" is a heart-shaped mangrove swamp in New Caledonia. Located in tropical coastal regions, these mangrove swamps contain rich

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The 6 Most Pressing Environmental Issues—And What You Can Do to Help Solve Them

The 6 Most Pressing Environmental Issues—And What You Can Do to Help Solve Them

Image via Shutterstock CLIMATE CHANGE While 97 percent of climate scientists agree that climate change is occurring and greenhouse gas emissions are the main cause, political will has not been strong

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World’s Longest Cable Car System set to Open in La Paz, Bolivia

World’s Longest Cable Car System set to Open in La Paz, Bolivia

The route between La Paz - one of the world’s highest administrative capitals - and El Alto, Bolivia is one of the craziest commutes around. The cities are only a few miles apart, but it takes over an

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Nimbus Eco Tree-free Bamboo and Sugarcane Toilet Paper Makes a Splash at Coachella

Nimbus Eco Tree-free Bamboo and Sugarcane Toilet Paper Makes a Splash at Coachella

According to estimates, Americans alone use an average of 23.6 rolls of toilet paper per person annually, which results in some serious damage to the environment. Allen Hershkowitz, Senior Scientist at

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Astronomers Reveal the Most Livable, Earth-Like Planet Ever Discovered

Astronomers Reveal the Most Livable, Earth-Like Planet Ever Discovered

In the race to find a planet besides Earth that can host life, scientists have made an incredible discovery. Astronomers recently confirmed the first ever planet similar in size to Earth at distance from

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The Insane Plan to “Brighten” the Moon to Save Energy on Lighting at Night

The Insane Plan to “Brighten” the Moon to Save Energy on Lighting at Night

Skincare company Foreo has an illuminating idea for saving energy: just increase the moon’s reflectivity to make the night sky brighter. Think of all the electricity savings if we didn’t have to power

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Killing the Lorax: 900 Environmental Activists Slain in the Past 10 Years

Killing the Lorax: 900 Environmental Activists Slain in the Past 10 Years

A shocking new report finds that in addition to waging war against the only planet capable of sustaining human life, we're also attacking those who would seek to protect it. The survey, conducted by

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Missed the Blood Moon? Watch the Event Unfold Through NASA’s Stunning Footage

Missed the Blood Moon? Watch the Event Unfold Through NASA’s Stunning Footage

On the off chance that you weren’t one of the many people who stayed up late to watch the blood moon, NASA has got you covered with a video of the crimson event. Last night an event known as a blood

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Amazing Photos Reveal The Oldest Living Things on Earth Before They Disappear Forever

Amazing Photos Reveal The Oldest Living Things on Earth Before They Disappear Forever

Rachel Sussman collaborated with a group of biologists to research and create her stunning photo project. She begins her investigation at “year zero,” photographing the past in the present. She found

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Airborne Wind Turbines Could Meet World Energy Demand

Airborne Wind Turbines Could Meet World Energy Demand

A new study from the University of Delaware finds that high-altitude wind turbines tethered to the ground like kites could potentially generate enough clean, renewable electricity for the entire world.

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Hybrid Skylys Flying Car is an Electric Vehicle, Helicopter and Plane Rolled Into One

Hybrid Skylys Flying Car is an Electric Vehicle, Helicopter and Plane Rolled Into One

The dream of flying cars dates back to the 1960s when the animated series "The Jetsons" envisioned a future where these airborne vehicles dominate the sky. In the past few years the flying car concept has

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IKEA’s New 98 Megawatt Wind Farm in Illinois is Capable of Powering 70 Stores

IKEA’s New 98 Megawatt Wind Farm in Illinois is Capable of Powering 70 Stores

There are companies who talk about going green, and companies who do something about it. This week, for the 206th time, IKEA proved that it belongs in the latter category. The popular home furnishings

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Tunisia Battles to Save Famous Star Wars Set from Encroaching Desertification

Tunisia Battles to Save Famous Star Wars Set from Encroaching Desertification

Remember Luke Skywalker's home in Tatooine that was lovingly restored by fans? It's currently one of several Star Wars sites threatened by desertification in Tunisia. In order to address the problem, this

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Meet the Solar Impulse 2: The First Airplane to Attempt a Round-The-World Solar-Powered Flight!

Meet the Solar Impulse 2: The First Airplane to Attempt a Round-The-World Solar-Powered Flight!

After the Solar Impulse prototype broke 8 world records for solar-powered flight, creators Borschberg and Piccard knew it was time to tackle the next big challenge: a trip around the entire planet. In

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Carbon Dioxide Levels Reach the Highest Point Ever in Human History

Carbon Dioxide Levels Reach the Highest Point Ever in Human History

Monday marks a major milestone for life on Earth, and it isn’t one to be proud of. Carbon dioxide levels in the atmosphere are the highest they have been in at least 800,000 years, reaching beyond 402

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Green Cement Made From Toilets and Bathtubs May be Stronger Than Traditional Mixtures

Green Cement Made From Toilets and Bathtubs May be Stronger Than Traditional Mixtures

An international team comprised of English, Spanish, and Brazilian researchers may have developed a new type of cement made from ceramic waste such as toilets, bathtubs, and basins. And the new mixture

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WIN $100 In Eco-Friendly Easter Art Supplies from Glob Colors!

WIN $100 In Eco-Friendly Easter Art Supplies from Glob Colors!

Easter will soon be here in all its pastel-colored glory. This is a great time to plan fun, Spring-related crafts with the family, but traditional art supplies are laden with chemicals and unsustainable

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Scientists Discover an Ocean of Water and Potential for Life on Saturn’s Moon

Scientists Discover an Ocean of Water and Potential for Life on Saturn’s Moon

Scientists have uncovered evidence of a massive underground ocean of water on Saturn’s Enceladus moon. According to NASA, the Cassini spacecraft made gravity measurements that show the internal

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Tiny English Village Blocks Giant Fracking Operation, Announces Plans to Build Community-Owned Solar Power Plants

Tiny English Village Blocks Giant Fracking Operation, Announces Plans to Build Community-Owned Solar Power Plants

Normally, the village of Balcombe, West Sussex is just another picturesque spot in a valley where nothing really happens. But when Cuadrilla Resources--the UK's fracking pioneer--announced plans to do

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UN Climate Chief Calls for ‘Urgent Transformation’ of Oil and Gas Industry for a Greener Future

UN Climate Chief Calls for ‘Urgent Transformation’ of Oil and Gas Industry for a Greener Future

On the heels of the IPCC's landmark global warming report, UN Climate Chief Christiana Figueres is calling on the oil and gas industry to urgently transform for a cleaner, low-carbon future. Figueres

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Hollow Lamp: Salvaged Wood Pendant Shines a Light on Forestry Devastation

Hollow Lamp: Salvaged Wood Pendant Shines a Light on Forestry Devastation

Daniel Byström and Kristján Kristjánsson used discarded wood to develop a series of beautiful, hand-crafted light fixtures that raise awareness for serious issues plaguing forests. Their Hollow Lamp

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Richard Branson Unveils Amazing Mahali Mzuri Eco-Camp in Kenya

Richard Branson Unveils Amazing Mahali Mzuri Eco-Camp in Kenya

The camp is located on the northern boundary of the Maasai Mara reserve, which was once divided into individual freehold titles among local Maasai families. However, due to the location and size of the

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PTW Architects Unveil Glittering Gold Brazzaville Stadium Design for the 2015 All-Africa Games

PTW Architects Unveil Glittering Gold Brazzaville Stadium Design for the 2015 All-Africa Games

PTW Architects have designed a glistening golden stadium for the 2015 All-Africa Game taking place in Republic of the Congo. The Brazzaville stadium will be built with ultra-modern sports facilities along

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