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[Translate] Tomas Munita / Center for International Forestry Research By Nathanael Johnson GRIST Maybe this is obvious, but expanding...

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Your city’s water would be cle...

Dec 16, 2014 Posted by

[Translate] Biomatrix Water By Amelia Urry   grist Urban waterways are usually the worst; just picture any inner-city harbor,...

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This doomed Alaskan village sh...

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[Translate] Angela By Kate Sheppard Cross-posted from Huffington Post It’s a Wednesday morning in late August, the first day of...

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Death of a fast-food Goliath: ...

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[Translate] McDonald’s is on the decline in America. Here’s why that isn’t automatically good news Lindsay Abrams  ...

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Sick, Poisoned and Hungry: The...

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[Translate] Caledonia Spirits is a craft distillery nestled in the sparsely populated northeastern corner of Vermont. The...

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Could the world be 100% solar ...

Dec 14, 2014 Posted by

[Translate] By Guest Post Editor’s Pick, Featured, Renewable Energy, Solar PowerNovember 12, 2014 Could The World Be 100%...

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This guy thinks mushrooms can ...

Dec 12, 2014 Posted by

[Translate] SHROOMS WIZ By Sara Bernard GRIST “On a scale of ‘Button Mushroom’ to ‘Mature Mushroom,’” says Peter McCoy without irony,...

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The Laundering Machine: How U....

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[Translate] Guests Julia Urrunaga, is a native of Peru, and she lives here in Lima, where she is the Peru programs director for the...

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Are “green” buildi...

Dec 9, 2014 Posted by

[Translate] by Inhabitat, 12/09/14 According to designer Bryn Davidson of Lanefab Design/Build, “green” buildings can make a...

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The New Materialism

Dec 9, 2014 Posted by

[Translate] David Friedlander  LIFE EDITED Many of us have a very conflicted relationship with our stuff. On the one hand, we want a...

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Turn your city into a swarm of...

Dec 9, 2014 Posted by

[Translate] Cityblooms By Nathanael Johnson  GRIST There’s unused land even in the most prosperous cities. There are vacant lots that...

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Plea for South Asia to Unite I...

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[Translate]   By Saleem Shaikh, Climate News Network     A mother uses a makeshift raft to get her daughter and goats to safety...

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Lousiana has a crazy plan to s...

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[Translate] CWPPRA By Bob Marshall, Brian Jacobs and Al Shaw on 9 Dec 2014 6:40 am 4 comments Cross-posted from ProPublica and The...

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Lidija Grozdanic Buckminster F...

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[Translate] by Lidija Grozdanic, Buckminster Fuller‘s patented prototype for low-cost portable dome housing, designed in 1965, has...

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This massive retirement home w...

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[Translate] SPARK Architects if i may be so old By Darby Minow Smith GRIST It’s a good thing the Homefarm is still just a twinkle in...

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SPARK combines residential liv...

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[Translate]   dec 01, 2014 SPARK combines residential living with urban farming in singapore all images courtesy of SPARK...

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On Smaller Farms, Including Or...

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[Translate] Agriculture Photo On the Farmhack.net website, enterprising farmers share tools and innovations.Credit I spent yesterday...

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The Soft Path to a Climate Agr...

Dec 5, 2014 Posted by

[Translate] By Andrew C. Revkin Photo Thousands of negotiators, activists and lobbyists are gathering for this year’s round of...

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An Opportunity for a Regenerat...

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[Translate]  by The Dirt Contributor Last September, the Mexican government announced the construction of a new airport for Mexico...

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Barbra Streisand strikes back ...

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[Translate] Sen. Inhofe reportedly accused Streisand of being behind the global warming “hoax” Lindsay Abrams SALON.COM...

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Listen to Neil deGrasse Tyson ...

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[Translate] The “Cosmos” host and the Science Guy slam creationists, climate deniers and everyone else who cherry-picks...

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The Perfect Medium (House)

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[Translate] David Friedlander   LIFE EDITED Architecture We have a tendency to focus on extremes. We’re either writing about how...

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Desert Cities: a sustainable w...

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White House Official: Obama Wi...

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[Translate] by Emily Atkin CLIMATE PROGRESS President Barack Obama and White House counselor John Podesta, left, walk across the...

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Hi-Tech Mirrored Glass Can Hel...

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[Translate]   Climate News Network / By Tim Radford   VIA ALTERNET As extremes of heat become the norm, scientists have invented...

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Kristine Lofgren Building Insp...

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[Translate] ARCHITECTURE by Kristine Lofgren, 12/01/14 A little bit of tilting is no big deal, right? Just ask the Leaning Tower of...

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Local planning authorities nee...

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[Translate] | By Paul Finch   AJ ‘Untrammelled’ development can only happen where a local authority has no plan for accommodating...

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Red and green: Rathbone Market...

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[Translate] Architects journal By Felix Mara  Previous thumbnails Next thumbnails CZWG’s Rathbone Market flats rely on mechanical...

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Mighty neighbourly: Pewsey One...

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[Translate] By Ellis Woodman  ARCHITECT’S JOURNAL Tony Fretton’s Wiltshire housing scheme flies in the face of local...

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No Assembly Required Tiny Hous...

Nov 28, 2014 Posted by

[Translate] The new “aktiv” house by ideabox has all you love about IKEA…with no assembly required. While this pre-fab home is not...

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