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Scientists Create a Detailed Map of the Antarctic Landscape Below the Ice and Snow

Scientists Create a Detailed Map of the Antarctic Landscape Below the Ice and Snow

Scientists at NASA have been working hard to reveal the most alien landmass on the planet: Antarctica. Humans have never seen the continent without snow and ice, but now, using decades of research, we can

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6 Eco-Friendly Ways To Wrap Your Holiday Gifts

6 Eco-Friendly Ways To Wrap Your Holiday Gifts

Finished up with your holiday shopping? (If not, check out our last-minute gift guide!) Now, the only thing that's left to do is wrap those thoughtful gifts up tight so that they'll be a surprise on the

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BOOK REVIEW: EVolo Skyscrapers – A Reference Manual on the Future of Architecture?

BOOK REVIEW: EVolo Skyscrapers – A Reference Manual on the Future of Architecture?

EVolo Magazine has made a name for itself with its annual skyscraper competition, which started in 2006. Since then there have been over 4,000 submissions arriving from across the planet, seemingly

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Richard Wool’s Non-Toxic Eco-Leather Protects Animals And The Planet

Richard Wool’s Non-Toxic Eco-Leather Protects Animals And The Planet

For those who love shoes, there's a constant battle between brands that are high quality and brands that are ethical. Leather has long been the favorite material for making shoes since it's durable,

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Scientists Want to Tax Meat to Cut Methane Emissions, Slow Global Warming

Scientists Want to Tax Meat to Cut Methane Emissions, Slow Global Warming

A group of scientists aren't waiting for the world to follow Al Gore's lead by going vegan to save the planet. Instead, they want to tax meat in order to reduce livestock methane emissions, a potent

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Warren Buffet Spends $1 Billion on Largest Land-Based Wind Power Purchase Ever

Warren Buffet Spends $1 Billion on Largest Land-Based Wind Power Purchase Ever

Photo © Shutterstock Warren Buffet’s utility company, MidAmerican Energy Holdings Co, announced yesterday that it had placed a massive order for 448 wind turbines, worth $1 billion. The turbines,

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Southwest’s New Airplane Climate Sensors Could Revolutionize Weather Forecasting

Southwest’s New Airplane Climate Sensors Could Revolutionize Weather Forecasting

Southwest Airlines just unveiled plans to install climate sensors in its planes, essentially creating a new weather monitoring network in the air above our heads. So far 87 Boeing 737s have been equipped

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Make Your Holidays Greener with A New Family Tradition!

Make Your Holidays Greener with A New Family Tradition!

Gifts and decorations are all well and good, but at the end of the day, what we really cherish are the holiday traditions practiced with friends and family. If you've recently started a family, you might

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Stone Plane Crash Tribute Emerges from Desert, is Visible from Google Earth

Stone Plane Crash Tribute Emerges from Desert, is Visible from Google Earth

Each of the victims are individually represented through the 170 broken mirrors that make up the radial form of the monument. In the center is an upright plane wing that appears to burst from the sand. A

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15 Green Gift Ideas for Your Furry Friends and Other Pets

15 Green Gift Ideas for Your Furry Friends and Other Pets

This holiday season reward your furry and feathered friends with a green gift from Inhabitat's Green Gifts for Pets Guide. We've rounded up 15 eco-friendly presents, all sure to bring forth tons of

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SADAR + VUGA’s Bone White Air Traffic Control Center Mirrors the Ljubljana Mountains

SADAR + VUGA’s Bone White Air Traffic Control Center Mirrors the Ljubljana Mountains

Though SADAR + VUGA first designed the project in 2006, construction was prolonged due to complex safety and security requirements. Located at the middle of the site for safety reasons, the Air Traffic

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Air Travel Across Brazil Will Double 2014 World Cup Carbon Emissions Compared to 2010

Air Travel Across Brazil Will Double 2014 World Cup Carbon Emissions Compared to 2010

Brazil photo via Shutterstock All those airplanes crisscrossing Brazil for the 2014 World Cup next summer will nearly double carbon emissions compared to the 2010 World Cup in South Africa. According

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Scientists Believe the Yellowstone Park Supervolcano is 250% Larger Than Previously Thought

Scientists Believe the Yellowstone Park Supervolcano is 250% Larger Than Previously Thought

Yellowstone photo from Shutterstock By now most people know that Yellowstone National Park lies on top of a massive supervolcano which has the potential to unleash a planet-altering eruption. However a

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Public Outraged by Orders to Kill Snowy Owls at New York Airport

Public Outraged by Orders to Kill Snowy Owls at New York Airport

Nearly 3,000 people signed an online petition this week to protest the Port Authority of NY and NJ's orders to kill snowy owls on sight at John F. Kennedy airport in New York City. The Port Authority made

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Earth Could be Two Times More Sensitive to CO2 Than Previously Thought

Earth Could be Two Times More Sensitive to CO2 Than Previously Thought

Image via Shutterstock As levels of CO2 in the atmosphere rise, scientists are grappling with a mountain of data to form an accurate picture of the future. Scientists from the Geological Society of

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Leonardo DiCaprio and Venturi Automobiles Unite to Launch the World’s First Electric Racing Series

Leonardo DiCaprio and Venturi Automobiles Unite to Launch the World’s First Electric Racing Series

Leonardo DiCaprio has long been an advocate of environmental ventures - and he just teamed up with Venturi Automobiles to launch the world's first electric vehicle racing series. If all goes as planned,

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Scientists Discover New Greenhouse Gas 7,000 Times More Potent than CO2

Scientists Discover New Greenhouse Gas 7,000 Times More Potent than CO2

If you thought CO2 and methane were contenders for the most destructive greenhouse gases on the planet, then you will be shocked to learn that researchers have discovered another chemical that is

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Metalysis Creates the World’s First 3D-Printed Titanium Car Parts

Metalysis Creates the World’s First 3D-Printed Titanium Car Parts

Rotherham-based company Metalysis just teamed up with engineers from Sheffield University to roll out the world's first 3D-printed titanium car parts! The company has developed a novel process for

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Invasive Asian Cockroaches Spotted in New York Can Resist Extreme Cold

Invasive Asian Cockroaches Spotted in New York Can Resist Extreme Cold

It seems that New York City's reputation as a melting pot extends to its 6-legged creatures as well. A species of invasive Asian cockroach was spotted for the first time on U.S. soil at the city's High

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Jay Z and Beyoncé Go Vegan with the 22 Day Challenge

Jay Z and Beyoncé Go Vegan with the 22 Day Challenge

When Al Gore went vegan, no one was particularly surprised that the long-time environmentalist aligned his diet with his convictions. But Jay Z and Beyoncé's decision to switch to plant-based meals has

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More and More People are Eating Meat Worldwide and Endangering the Planet

More and More People are Eating Meat Worldwide and Endangering the Planet

Across the globe, human beings are developing a strong taste for meat. A study published this week in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences finds that rapidly industrializing countries, such

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Study Estimates US Emits 50 Percent More Methane than EPA Claims

Study Estimates US Emits 50 Percent More Methane than EPA Claims

Cow photo via Shutterstock As a top industrialized nation, the United States is responsible for spewing a great deal of greenhouse gasses into the atmosphere. But a study published last week in the

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Crazy ‘Luna Ring’ Moon Solar Plant Could Beam Constant Green Energy to Earth

Crazy ‘Luna Ring’ Moon Solar Plant Could Beam Constant Green Energy to Earth

The moon affects the tides on Earth, helps brightens the night sky, and soon it might also provide us with even more solar power. Tokyo-based Shimizu Corporation wants to install a belt of solar panels

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Scientists Discover Hidden Active Volcano Underneath West Antarctica Glaciers

Scientists Discover Hidden Active Volcano Underneath West Antarctica Glaciers

New research shows that volcanic heat could blast away a significant portion of Antarctica’s ice sheet. A group of seismologists from Washington University in St. Louis have discovered an active volcano

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Self-Driving Robo Tractors to Roam Earth Screening Pavilion Rooftop at Expo Milan 2015

Self-Driving Robo Tractors to Roam Earth Screening Pavilion Rooftop at Expo Milan 2015

RecchiEngineering and Carlo Ratti Associati recently won an international competition to design Holland's 17,000 square foot pavilion for the 2015 World Expo in Milan. The design, which is called Earth

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Futuristic Walking Metropolis Could Roam Around the World Planting Forests in its Wake

Futuristic Walking Metropolis Could Roam Around the World Planting Forests in its Wake

The 560-meter-long structure rests on giant caterpillar tracks which enable it to move from one location to another. A total of 36 crawlers propelled by engines similar to those used in large sea vessels

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Packaging Made from Tomato Plants Yields Safer Canned Food

Packaging Made from Tomato Plants Yields Safer Canned Food

A new bio-resin made from tomato plant by-products could make it safer to eat canned foods in the future. Although eating fresh food is great for our health, it can be troublesome on the wallet. Fresh

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Yann Arthus-Bertrand Shows the Beauty of Planet Earth as You’ve Never Seen it Before

Yann Arthus-Bertrand Shows the Beauty of Planet Earth as You’ve Never Seen it Before

In splashes of brilliant colors, Earth From Space gives a thorough portrait of the changing earth. An avid environmental activist and founder of GoodPlanet, Arthus-Bertrand has turned his love for

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World’s First Two-Seat Electric Helicopter Lifts Off for the First Time

World’s First Two-Seat Electric Helicopter Lifts Off for the First Time

This week the world’s first two-seat electric helicopter completed its first flight inside a German hangar. E-volo's VC200 Volocopter lifted into the air for several minutes and reached a height of

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