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Hand-Built Library on Wheels Helps Retired Teacher Spread the Love of Reading

Hand-Built Library on Wheels Helps Retired Teacher Spread the Love of Reading

Antonio La Cava, a retired Italian schoolteacher, decided that after 42 years of teaching, he could do even more to spread the love of reading to children. So in 2003, he bought a used Ape motorbike and

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Sam Fox School’s Dynamic Bird Blind Blends into an Avian Paradise

Sam Fox School’s Dynamic Bird Blind Blends into an Avian Paradise

Washington University's school of architecture teamed up with the Audubon Center at Riverlands and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers' Rivers Project Office to design and construct the bird blind using

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Annual Heat-Related Deaths are Expected to Rise 257% by 2050 in the UK

Annual Heat-Related Deaths are Expected to Rise 257% by 2050 in the UK

Hot sun / Shutterstock Historically, the UK has seen only a fraction of heat-related deaths compared to the number of cold-related deaths. But this is all about to change due to climate change. A new

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Innovative New ‘Design For Human Health’ Program Launches at the Boston Architectural College

Innovative New ‘Design For Human Health’ Program Launches at the Boston Architectural College

There are thousands of design programs across the country, but not a single one focusing exclusively on design for human health from the human perspective. This really seems crazy when you think about it,

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Cars Merge Onto a Maglev Rail Line for High-Speed Travel in this Transportation Concept

Cars Merge Onto a Maglev Rail Line for High-Speed Travel in this Transportation Concept

Many visions for the future of transportation involve everyone being driven around on superfast, self-driving robotic cars or trains. Getting to that future, however, means letting go of the wheel and not

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INTERVIEW: We Talk with Architecture for Humanity Founder Cameron Sinclair

INTERVIEW: We Talk with Architecture for Humanity Founder Cameron Sinclair

A few years ago, I sat down with Cameron Sinclair to talk about his recently-launched Open Architecture Network. He describes it as a "gift to the design community" with a simple mission: “to generate

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A Small Group of Villagers are Living in Caves in China’s Anshun Mountains

A Small Group of Villagers are Living in Caves in China’s Anshun Mountains

A small community of villagers in Guizhou Province, China refused houses that the government offered them, and decided to continue living in caves in the mountains of Anshun. The Miao ethnic minority

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Bundle Up: The Polar Vortex is Returning to Put the US in Another Deep Freeze

Bundle Up: The Polar Vortex is Returning to Put the US in Another Deep Freeze

East Coasters just warming up from freezing temperatures should prepare to bundle up again - Meteorologists say the Polar Vortex is coming back with a vengeance to throw the country into another deep

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Rammed Earth Muyinga Library Provides a Bright Learning Experience for Deaf Kids in Burundi

Rammed Earth Muyinga Library Provides a Bright Learning Experience for Deaf Kids in Burundi

The construction process was preceded by two months of research and fieldwork, which enabled the architects to incorporate local know-how and traditions of Muyinga province. Studying the region’s

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Fan-Like Roofs and Slits Cool the Undulating Abedian School of Architecture in Australia

Fan-Like Roofs and Slits Cool the Undulating Abedian School of Architecture in Australia

Built on a hilltop, the Abedian building varies between two and three levels and contains a floating mezzanine, a spiral stair case and an internal walkway. For climate control on the structure's

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Huge Chemical Spill Leaves 300,000 Without Drinking Water in West Virginia

Huge Chemical Spill Leaves 300,000 Without Drinking Water in West Virginia

Over a quarter million people in West Virginia found themselves without access to clean water in their own homes today because of a chemical spill that contaminated local water sources. The spill was

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Cut Out the Darkness: Panasonic Launches Online Contest to Bring Light to Off-Grid Areas

Cut Out the Darkness: Panasonic Launches Online Contest to Bring Light to Off-Grid Areas

Panasonic recently launched “Cut Out the Darkness”, a contest designed to help people living in regions without electricity. The contest challenges entrants to design affordable cut-out lantern

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Coldest Temperatures in 20 Years Strike Midwest and Northeastern US

Coldest Temperatures in 20 Years Strike Midwest and Northeastern US

Over 140 million Americans are bracing this week for the coldest temperatures in nearly 20 years. A “polar vortex” of cold, dense air has the National Weather Service predicting weather 30 to 50

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Revolution Foods Launch ‘Grow Food. Give Food.’ Campaign to Transform America’s School Meals

Revolution Foods Launch ‘Grow Food. Give Food.’ Campaign to Transform America’s School Meals

Trying to improve kid's diets is tough, even with Michelle Obama on the case. But California based Revolution Foods—a company started by two moms—is looking to transform the way America eats by

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INFOGRAPHIC: How Green is Your Campus?

INFOGRAPHIC: How Green is Your Campus?

Today's students are tomorrow's leaders, and we're happy to say that universities across the States are doing their part to protect the earth while fostering environmental education. Best College Reviews

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Rare Snowfall Blankets Cairo for the First Time in More than 100 Years

Rare Snowfall Blankets Cairo for the First Time in More than 100 Years

Cairo woke up to a white, wintry surprise Friday morning when snowfall blanketed the typically hot and dry capital for the first time in over a century. Excited Egyptians eagerly took to Twitter, posting

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Mikou Studio Unveils Daylit Zero Energy Docks School Near Paris

Mikou Studio Unveils Daylit Zero Energy Docks School Near Paris

The Docks school is located in the middle of an urban complex-a strategically chosen site that optimizes the configuration of the surroundings in order to facilitate energy efficiency and the building's

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Timber-Clad House of the Early Childhood is a Healthy, Energy-Efficient School in France

Timber-Clad House of the Early Childhood is a Healthy, Energy-Efficient School in France

The humble, welcoming House of the Early Childhood provides preschool education for 100 children up to the age of five as well as nursery space. The 1,300 square meter structure is designed to provide a

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Massive Snowstorm Batters the US Over the Weekend

Massive Snowstorm Batters the US Over the Weekend

A massive ice storm wreaked havoc on the southern and central US over the weekend, disrupting travel, knocking out power and killing at least four people. Over 200,000 people in Dallas lost power as the

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Freedom Ship: Construction to Start Soon on the World’s First Floating City

Freedom Ship: Construction to Start Soon on the World’s First Floating City

The mile-long floating city is nearing start of construction, according to Florida-based Freedom Ship International Inc. It will boast 25 floors of activities, schools, hospitals, art galleries, shops,

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Score Amazing Green Gifts and Support New Amsterdam School with Their Annual Holiday Auction

Score Amazing Green Gifts and Support New Amsterdam School with Their Annual Holiday Auction

Give lower Manhattan youngsters the gift of education while also purchasing some great green presents for your friends and family. The New Amsterdam School's Annual Holiday Auction is offering up

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Two Ohio Senators Propose a State-Wide Ban on LEED Certification System

Two Ohio Senators Propose a State-Wide Ban on LEED Certification System

Ohio Senators Joe Uecker (R-Loveland) and Tim Schaffer (R-Lancaster) have submitted a resolution in the state senate to ban the LEED rating system in public construction projects. Both senators claim that

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NASA Plans to Grow Plants on the Moon in 2015

NASA Plans to Grow Plants on the Moon in 2015

NASA just announced plans to grow plants on the moon in 2015 as the first step towards sustaining life on other planets. A group of scientists, contractors, students, and volunteers called the Lunar Plant

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Global Green’s 9th Annual Gorgeous & Green Gala Wows With “Green Gatsby” Theme

Global Green’s 9th Annual Gorgeous & Green Gala Wows With “Green Gatsby” Theme

The LEED–certified Bently Reserve in San Francisco was the perfect setting for a 'Green Gatsby' theme with its 1920s Beaux Arts detailing, opulent marble floors, and grand staircases flanking each end.

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Red Cross Maps Super Typhoon Haiyan’s Destruction to Show What Storms Do to Our Cities

Red Cross Maps Super Typhoon Haiyan’s Destruction to Show What Storms Do to Our Cities

It's been years since I've seen the movie Twister, but one of Helen Hunt's final lines haunts me to this day: “You haven’t seen it miss this house, and miss that house, and come after you.” She's

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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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Awesome Library’s Climbable Bookshelves Encourage Reading AND Exercise!

Awesome Library’s Climbable Bookshelves Encourage Reading AND Exercise!

Kids these days. With all the awesome technology swirling around our homes and schools, the simple joy of a book, or climbing a tree, are lost on them. In order to encourage life-saving exercise, play,

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America’s First All-Electric School Bus to Launch in 2014

America’s First All-Electric School Bus to Launch in 2014

America's first all-electric school bus is set to start picking up students in 2014. The SST-e type A bus is estimated to save the Kings Canyon, California Unified School District around 16 gallons of

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“Hanging House” Made from Bay Bridge Scraps Wins Prestigious Student Competition

“Hanging House” Made from Bay Bridge Scraps Wins Prestigious Student Competition

The competition attracted 73 entries from 37 international and US-based architecture schools. The submissions were narrowed down to 14 designs that were then judged by the Board Members of the Bay Bridge

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Hazardous Smog Levels Paralyze Chinese City of 11 Milllon People

Hazardous Smog Levels Paralyze Chinese City of 11 Milllon People

Debilitating smog has essentially shut down Harbin - one of China's largest cities with a population of 11 million - due to health concerns and a limited visibility of just 33 feet. As of Monday

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