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Futuristic ‘Forts of Fanaticism’ Cater to Obsessive Gardeners, Fishermen, Sport Buffs, Car Lovers and Computer Geeks

Futuristic ‘Forts of Fanaticism’ Cater to Obsessive Gardeners, Fishermen, Sport Buffs, Car Lovers and Computer Geeks

“Forum Floresco,” a colorful fortress located on the north side of the site, was designed for those who enjoy gardening. The circular building comprises 60 row houses, each roughly 200 square meters

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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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Niko Niko’s Plantable Holiday Cards Bloom Into Fresh Wildflowers

Niko Niko’s Plantable Holiday Cards Bloom Into Fresh Wildflowers

Looking for the perfect Christmas card for the green thumb on your list? Niko Niko has created a series of amazing seed-sown cards that sprout colorful wildflowers when they're planted in soil! The cards

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Shigeru Ban Unveils Beautiful Cardboard Pavilion at Abu Dhabi Art Fair

Shigeru Ban Unveils Beautiful Cardboard Pavilion at Abu Dhabi Art Fair

The Abu Dhabi Art Fair commissioned cardboard master Ban to design a temporary mobile pavilion, which was just unveiled this past November. The unique cardboard shelter attracted a great deal of attention

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INFOGRAPHIC: Is Your Car Killing You?

INFOGRAPHIC: Is Your Car Killing You?

Most people consider cars to be a perfectly safe form of transportation - but did you know that every 16 minutes a fatal motor vehicle accident occurs in the US? Wish.co.uk just launched a new infographic

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AR+C Architects Carves House Gazebo into the Side of a Mountain in Ecuador

AR+C Architects Carves House Gazebo into the Side of a Mountain in Ecuador

The front of House Gazebo features large sliding doors that not only provide a view of the expansive landscape, but also keep the house cool through a cross-ventilation system. Down a gradual slope a

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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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Carpark Hidden Inside a Green-Roofed Bridge Respects the Mountains in Italy

Carpark Hidden Inside a Green-Roofed Bridge Respects the Mountains in Italy

The Municipal Administration of Moena needed a new carpark and a new bridge for the Longea, which is a popular tourist destination. Originally, the idea was to excavate a side of the mountain, build the

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Electric Car Owner Arrested After “Stealing” 5 Cents Worth of Power

Electric Car Owner Arrested After “Stealing” 5 Cents Worth of Power

A father in Chamblee, Georgia was arrested in November for plugging in his Nissan Leaf  at his son’s school while the 11-year-old played tennis. Kaveh Kamooneh arrived early on a Saturday morning and,

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Thieves Hijack Truck Carrying Radioactive “Dirty Bomb” Ingredients in Mexico

Thieves Hijack Truck Carrying Radioactive “Dirty Bomb” Ingredients in Mexico

A truck carrying dangerous radioactive materials that could be used to assemble a "dirty bomb" was just stolen in Mexico, according to an announcement released by the International Atomic Energy Agency

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100 Self-Driving Cars Set to Hit Sweden’s Public Roads in 2017

100 Self-Driving Cars Set to Hit Sweden’s Public Roads in 2017

Volvo just unveiled plans for the world's first large-scale trial of self-driving cars. The 'Drive Me' project will see 100 autonomous vehicles take to the streets of Gothenburg, Sweden in 2017. The cars

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Carole Collet’s BioLace Project Reprograms Plants to Produce Food and Textiles

Carole Collet’s BioLace Project Reprograms Plants to Produce Food and Textiles

The BioLace project explores how cellular programming can affect the morphogenesis of plant systems and combines synthetic biology and design to revolutionize future fabrication of textiles. The new

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Adidas Unveils 100 Percent Recycled Cardboard Sneakers Designed By Chris Anderson

Adidas Unveils 100 Percent Recycled Cardboard Sneakers Designed By Chris Anderson

It wouldn't be the smartest footwear in foggy old London, but that's where British artist Chris Anderson has unveiled a new collaboration with Adidas: models of the upcoming Spring/Summer 2014 collection

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Carl Warner Transforms Food into Fantastical Landscapes You Can Eat

Carl Warner Transforms Food into Fantastical Landscapes You Can Eat

Carl Warner spends weeks playing with food in order to make these incredible landscapes. He makes sure to light them properly, mimicking a sunrise in a drowsy valley covered in the first winter snow, or a

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UK Government Makes £90,000 Porsche Eligible for a Low-Carbon Grant

UK Government Makes £90,000 Porsche Eligible for a Low-Carbon Grant

How would you feel if your tax dollars were going to fund a £5,000 discount on a Porsche for the wealthy? UK citizens will now be able to receive a break on their £89,900 Panamera S E-Hybrid thanks to

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Matthew Carden’s Fantastical Food Photographs Pay Tribute to the Bounty We Eat

Matthew Carden’s Fantastical Food Photographs Pay Tribute to the Bounty We Eat

Carden’s “Small World” series closely examines the foods which make up our meals from a bug’s eye view. A soft bend of a tender green beans, the flourish of a broccoli crown or the dense mass of

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E-Fox Velomobile is Both a Bicycle and a Car for Urban Commuters

E-Fox Velomobile is Both a Bicycle and a Car for Urban Commuters

Riding a bicycle is a great way to commute to work every day - but what if you need to carry supplies, or even worse, if it starts to rain? Enter the E-Fox, a hybrid vehicle that combines the

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Honda Accord Named “2014 Green Car of the Year”

Honda Accord Named “2014 Green Car of the Year”

At this year's Los Angeles Auto Show the Honda Accord was named the "2014 Green Car of the Year" by Green Car Journal. The Honda Accord received this year's award because of its ability to offer an

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Bloom: Floating Phytoplankton Farm Absorbs Carbon Dioxide and Monitors Rising Sea Levels

Bloom: Floating Phytoplankton Farm Absorbs Carbon Dioxide and Monitors Rising Sea Levels

The floating spherical structure is conceived of as a way to address global warming and rising sea levels. Large phytoplankton aquariums, supervised by a permanent staff of scientists and marine experts,

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Australia Named Worst Carbon Polluter Per Capita Among Western Nations

Australia Named Worst Carbon Polluter Per Capita Among Western Nations

There's trouble brewing down under -- scientists just named Australia the worst carbon offender per capita amongst major western nations. According to the Global Carbon Project, climate research shows

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Philips’ New LED Carpeting Ensures You’ll Never Get Lost in the Airport Again

Philips’ New LED Carpeting Ensures You’ll Never Get Lost in the Airport Again

Philips has achieved a new milestone in its quest to integrate energy-efficient LEDs into all surfaces. We've seen the company install LEDs on ceilings, walls and now they are putting them in floors.

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Recargo Releases Report Detailing the Habits of EV Drivers

Recargo Releases Report Detailing the Habits of EV Drivers

As the population of EV owners begins to grow, California-based software and service company Recargo is conducting research into their driving habits. Last week, the firm released "PlugInsights", a

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Starbucks Unveils New Mobile Coffee Shop on a Train Car in Switzerland

Starbucks Unveils New Mobile Coffee Shop on a Train Car in Switzerland

Whether it's to woo more travelers to take the train or to make it more convenient for passengers to get their espresso, we love the idea of a full-fledged coffee shop on board. The coffee shop sits on

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Bendetto Bufalino Turns Old Police Car Into Deluxe Chicken Coop

Bendetto Bufalino Turns Old Police Car Into Deluxe Chicken Coop

What happens to chickens when they run a-fowl of the law? If they belong to French artist, Bendetto Burfalino, then the birds end up in a converted 1970's police car. Bendetto, known for his visual puns,

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2015 Volkswagen e-Golf Electric Car to Debut in the U.S. Next Fall

2015 Volkswagen e-Golf Electric Car to Debut in the U.S. Next Fall

Volkswagen just announced plans to show off its new electric Golf at the Los Angeles Auto Show next week. The 2015 e-Golf is set to make its US debut by the end of next year, and when it hits the market

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Ann Arbor Plans America’s First Networked Fleet of Driverless Cars by 2021

Ann Arbor Plans America’s First Networked Fleet of Driverless Cars by 2021

Ann Arbor is planning to become America’s first city with a shared network of driverless cars - and it could happen as early as 2021. The Mobility Transformation Center (UMTRI), an initiative involving

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Masdar and Oil Companies to Develop Middle East’s First Commercial-Scale Carbon Capture & Storage Project

Masdar and Oil Companies to Develop Middle East’s First Commercial-Scale Carbon Capture & Storage Project

The Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) and clean energy company Masdar announced Sunday that they will collaborate to develop commercial-scale carbon capture, usage and storage (CCUS) projects in the

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300 MPH Maglev Train Could Carry Passengers From Washington D.C. To New York in 60 Minutes

300 MPH Maglev Train Could Carry Passengers From Washington D.C. To New York in 60 Minutes

Northeast Maglev (TNEM) just unveiled updated plans for a superconducting maglev train that could rocket passengers from Washington D.C. to New York City in 60 minutes flat. The 300 MPH bullet train

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Precinct Energy Power Station Activates a Low-Carbon Energy Landscape in Australia

Precinct Energy Power Station Activates a Low-Carbon Energy Landscape in Australia

The Precinct Energy Project (PEP) is part of urban renewal authority Places Victoria and Cogent Energy's plans for revitalizing the Dandenong city center. By using a single-source fuel, like natural gas,

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The Global Change Institute Operates in a Net Zero, Carbon Neutral Research Center in Brisbane

The Global Change Institute Operates in a Net Zero, Carbon Neutral Research Center in Brisbane

Opened in August 2013, the Global Change Institute is a research facility dedicated to finding solutions for global challenges. HASSEL Architects designed the project to 'walk the walk' by operating a

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