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Green Holiday Gift Guide: Gifts for Under $50!

Green Holiday Gift Guide: Gifts for Under $50!

Looking for unique gifts for your friends and family but don't have a ton of money to spend? Inhabitat has curated a brand new green gift guide for the 2013 holiday season filled with eco-friendly goodies

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The Radfan Radiator Attchment Helps Distribute Heat Efficiently Through a Room

The Radfan Radiator Attchment Helps Distribute Heat Efficiently Through a Room

Most of the heat from a central heating radiator goes straight up to the ceiling, leaving you feeling colder than you should. Oftentimes, the air at the ceiling of a room can be significantly warmer than

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Green Holiday Gift Guide: Green Gadget Gifts

Green Holiday Gift Guide: Green Gadget Gifts

2013 has been an incredible year for green gadgets - from the advent of affordable 3d printers to innovative new renewable energy generators - and we've rounded up some of this year's best and brightest

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Feel Like Holiday Shopping is a Losing Battle? Declare a Truce.

Feel Like Holiday Shopping is a Losing Battle? Declare a Truce.

Some people love the hustle and bustle of the holidays, even the stress of trying to find (and then afford) a perfect present for everyone on your list. Even if you limit your gift giving to family,

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Retired Art Teacher Builds Enchanting Cob House for Just $250!

Retired Art Teacher Builds Enchanting Cob House for Just $250!

Buck initially designed the home on the back of an envelope, and then spent over two years collecting local materials that he foraged or salvaged himself. The floorboards were from a neighbor's derelict

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Inhabitat Green Holiday Gift Guide: Affordable Gifts Under $20

Inhabitat Green Holiday Gift Guide: Affordable Gifts Under $20

This year, why not make Black Friday a little less black by skipping the drudgery of the mall by checking out Inhabitat's savvy Green Gifts Under $20 Guide? It's filled with all different kinds of

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World’s Tallest Modular Tower Gets First Mods Hoisted into Place

World’s Tallest Modular Tower Gets First Mods Hoisted into Place

B2, the tower that is expected to be the world's tallest modular building once it's complete, received its very first mods yesterday. The mods were hoisted atop the structure at the Atlantic Yards

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Ford Begins Testing Self-Driving Technology with Automated Fusion Hybrid Research Vehicle

Ford Begins Testing Self-Driving Technology with Automated Fusion Hybrid Research Vehicle

Ford just unveiled an automated Ford Fusion Hybrid research vehicle that will be used to evaluate future driverless vehicle technology. The vehicle is the next step in Ford's Blueprint for Mobility, and

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InstantSlide Prefab House Pops Up in a Minute with the Push of a Button

InstantSlide Prefab House Pops Up in a Minute with the Push of a Button

The InstantSlide House is a temporary housing solution for employees of companies who work on remote locations, but the transportable, modular house makes a great alternative to conventional single family

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10 Landscape Design Projects That Turn Damaged and Neglected Spaces Into Healthy, Beautiful Environments

10 Landscape Design Projects That Turn Damaged and Neglected Spaces Into Healthy, Beautiful Environments

The High Line Park in NYC. Photo by Jill Fehrenbacher for Inhabitat Landscape architects frequently work to transform areas that contain industrial and toxic waste, infrastructure no longer in use, or

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A-Kamp47 Vertical Urban Campground Provides Subversive Shelter for the Homeless in France

A-Kamp47 Vertical Urban Campground Provides Subversive Shelter for the Homeless in France

Stéphane Malka began designing this stealth camp back in 2009 and finally was able to install it September of 2013. The installation is based on a couple rules, the first being a new law in France that

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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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Announcing Inhabitat’s 2013 Green Holiday Gift Guide!

Announcing Inhabitat’s 2013 Green Holiday Gift Guide!

It's back and it's better than ever! If doing battle with rabid mall zombies doesn't sound like your idea of a happy holiday, make things easy on yourself by shopping for your gifts online with

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5 Tips to Green Your Home From Organic Architect Eric Corey Freed

5 Tips to Green Your Home From Organic Architect Eric Corey Freed

TIP 1: Wrap Your Home in Insulation - "The More, The Better!" Proper insulation is probably the most important factor you can control in creating an energy-efficient home. I always say insulation is like

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New Yorkers Are Moving into Mobile Homes to Avoid Expensive Rents

New Yorkers Are Moving into Mobile Homes to Avoid Expensive Rents

Problem: You can't afford the rent in your desired neighborhood. Solution: Move into a mobile home and then just park in your area of choice. The trend is nothing new in other parts of the world (from

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Jean Prouve’s Maison 8×8 Pioneered Affordable Prefab Design Way Back in 1948

Jean Prouve’s Maison 8×8 Pioneered Affordable Prefab Design Way Back in 1948

Jean Prouvé's Demountable Houses were designed according to the principles of prefabrication, flexibility and mobility, as well as functionality and rational fabrication. His main achievement was

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SHoP Architects to Design Mixed-Use Complex on Former Hudson’s Site in Downtown Detroit

SHoP Architects to Design Mixed-Use Complex on Former Hudson’s Site in Downtown Detroit

Hudson's was built in 1891 and served Detroiters for the next century. At its pinnacle, the store expanded to 25 stories and 2.2 million square feet. The store couldn't survive the economic decline of

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6 Things You Need for a Serious Chef’s Kitchen

6 Things You Need for a Serious Chef’s Kitchen

In recent years, TV cooking shows and food blogs have inspired a nouveau generation of cutting edge chefs. But we're not talking about the Giadas and Alton Browns of the cooking world — rather, folks

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Company Seeks to Turn Volcano Emissions Into a Renewable Source of Fuel

Company Seeks to Turn Volcano Emissions Into a Renewable Source of Fuel

Volcano photo from Shutterstock Carbon Recycling International specializes in capturing CO2 from industrial emissions and converting it into Renewable Methanol (RM), a fuel which can be blended with

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6 Bizarre Examples of Parasitic Architecture

6 Bizarre Examples of Parasitic Architecture

Cut-architecture's Rehearsal Room Paris-based Cut-Architecture has come out with an unusual idea for extending one of their clients' homes: They built a new, bright and airy "parasitic music room"

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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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Ford’s Interceptor Sedan is the Most Fuel-Efficient Police Vehicle in the U.S.

Ford’s Interceptor Sedan is the Most Fuel-Efficient Police Vehicle in the U.S.

Ford just announced that its Interceptor police sedan is the most fuel-efficient law enforcement car sold in the United States, with an EPA rating of 20 mpg in the city and 30 mpg on the highway. The Ford

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Enèji Pwòp Program Sends Life-Changing Hanging Solar Lights to Impoverished Haitians

Enèji Pwòp Program Sends Life-Changing Hanging Solar Lights to Impoverished Haitians

Clean energy company Enèji Pwòp is on the mission to transform Haiti with renewable energy. The firm hopes to enhance quality of life within the country's borders through a program that allows immigrant

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Pay-as-You-Go Solar Panels Offer African Communities a Cheaper Energy Alternative

Pay-as-You-Go Solar Panels Offer African Communities a Cheaper Energy Alternative

Kerosene is the fuel of choice for families living off the grid in sub-Saharan Africa - however it inflicts a heavy toll on people's health and costs up to $8 per kilowatt-hour (kWh). Compared to

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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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210 Sq Ft Minim House Shelters Sweet Space-Saving Interior with Off Grid Versatility

210 Sq Ft Minim House Shelters Sweet Space-Saving Interior with Off Grid Versatility

The Minim House's green credentials include walls made from highly insulated prefabricated SIPs, a 960 watt solar array, a 290 gallon rainwater treatment system, and all LED lighting. Inside two people

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The World’s First Bionic Eye Implant Hits US Market Next Month

The World’s First Bionic Eye Implant Hits US Market Next Month

The world's first bionic eye is set to hit the US market next month! The Argus II is a retinal implant that helps restore vision to patients blinded by a degenerative eye disease. The FDA officially

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Emoya Estate’s Fake Shanty Town Offers a Totally Tasteless South African Vacation

Emoya Estate’s Fake Shanty Town Offers a Totally Tasteless South African Vacation

Mocked by Stephen Colbert as "poverty porn," the Shanty Town sits alongside Emoya's five-star lodgings. For about $98 a night, guests can pretend to live the rough life, relieving themselves in "long

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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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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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