Nature Talks Back, and Sounds ...

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[Translate] By Andrew C. Revkin Photo Edward Norton provided the voice for the soil in Conservation International’s Nature is...

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Capitalism Is a ‘Suicide Syste...

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[Translate] Posted on Oct 18, 2014 Screen Shot/YouTube On a recent episode of “The Trews,” Russell Brand sits down with author and...

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We can provide power to everyo...

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[Translate] Indians installing solar panels on a roof.    DIVatUSAID By John Light   GRIST When we talk about international climate...

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After Years Without a Grocery ...

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[Translate]   Food   YES! Magazine / By Dave Reed   via ALTERNET Fed up with begging for access to affordable, quality food,...

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The emptying of New York City

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[Translate] Nearly 1 million fewer people live in Manhattan now than a century ago. One reason: It got richer Henry Grabar  SALON.COM...

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This graphic novelist tells th...

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[Translate] Philippe Squarzoni People Look who’s changing the world. By Sara Bernard   VIA GRIST   If Philippe Squarzoni knows...

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Green roofs are changing archi...

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[Translate] Lloyd Alter (@lloydalter)    TREEHUGGER Design / Green Architecture © Daici Ano via Designboom Roofs used to be those...

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Leadership, Innovation and the...

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[Translate] Project Journal TEDx Video – by Robert on October 17th, 2014 No Comments Dear Friends and Partners of the Green Idea...

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Bad news, America: The Polar V...

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[Translate] The Northeast is expected to get slammed with below-zero temperatures Joanna Rothkopf SALON.COM The first polar vortex...

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Watch: From the filmmakers of ...

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[Translate] Margaret Badore (@mbadore)   TREEHUGGER Science / Endangered Species Video screen capture Saving Species: The Grasshopper...

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A look at the first of Philipp...

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[Translate] Lloyd Alter (@lloydalter)  TREEHUGGER Design / Modular Design © Starck with RIKO via Designboom When Slovenian prefabber...

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Kaid Benfield on how not all u...

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[Translate] Lloyd Alter (@lloydalter)   TREEHUGGER Design / Urban Design CC BY 2.0 Paris is dense but not tall; it’s how you...

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How one building is changing t...

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[Translate] By Greg Hanscom  GRIST It used to be that the Bullitt Foundation “saved the planet” the old-fashioned way, putting its...

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How deforestation helped unlea...

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[Translate] Shutterstock Treebola By Amelia Urry  GRIST Perhaps you have heard about Ebola, otherwise known as The Most Terrifying...

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Initiative challenges Elon Mus...

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[Translate] Derek Markham (@derekmarkham) Transportation / Cars © Tiny Rebellion The new TEN9 initiative seeks to use technology,...

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Nature called. She wants you t...

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[Translate] By Amelia Urry  GRIST That old saw that “nature is talking to you” has never been taken so literally since Disney’s...

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Should big business get out of...

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[Translate] Grist / Shutterstock Hungry, hungry humans By Nathanael Johnson   GRIST Let’s pretend we are the members of a committee...

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World of Clean Energy ‘Feasibl...

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[Translate]     Keeping it clean: a hydropower site at Holbuvatnet in the highlands of eastern Norway. Photo by Ximonic/Simo Räsänen...

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Federal Court Backs EPA’s Veto...

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[Translate] by Ari Phillips CLIMATE PROGRESS Spruce No. 1 mine. CREDIT: Photo Courtesy of Vivian Stockman / Ohio Valley Environmental...

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President Obama Set To Create ...

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[Translate] by Katie Valentine  CLIMATE PROGRESS A stream in the San Gabriel Mountains CREDIT: shutterstock Southern California will...

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Japan Is Going Back To Whaling...

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[Translate]   by Joaquim Moreira Salles   CLIMATE PROGRESS A Minke whale and its calf are pulled onto a Japanese whaling vessel...

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Tiny House, Big City

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[Translate] David Friedlander Architecture Tiny Houses, as popularized in the news, are typically trailer-mounted and set up either...

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Simple Stories for Complicated...

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[Translate] David Friedlander Behavior Like many evangelists, Scott Edwards was once a heathen. In this case, his heathen ways...

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Coming Soon: Cheap light rooft...

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[Translate] Lloyd Alter (@lloydalter) Energy / Renewable Energy CC BY 2.0 Christian Hoepfner with roof/ Lloyd Alter There’s a...

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Blue LED inventors win Nobel P...

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[Translate] Michael Graham Richard (@Michael_GR) Technology / Clean Technology CC BY-SA 3.0 Wikimedia Incandescent light bulbs have...

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Some interesting entries in th...

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[Translate] Lloyd Alter (@lloydalter)   TREEHUGGER Design / Sustainable Product Design © Alex Langensiepen The Create the Future...

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America’s Biggest Solar Provid...

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[Translate]   CREDIT: Shutterstock When it comes to spreading green energy, innovation in how we pay for it can be as important...

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Climate Change Is Driving Heat...

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[Translate] Kate Sheppard huffingtonpost.com WASHINGTON –- The record-setting heat wave in Australia last year was “largely...

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Introducing the Landscape Arch...

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[Translate] 10/07/2014 by The Dirt Contributor Portland, Oregon, is more than a trendy place to visit—it has long been ahead of the...

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This Amish paradise goes beyon...

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[Translate] Bob Jagendorf By Liz Core  GRIST Amish farmers could teach us a thing or two about agriculture. Lesson No. 1: You can...

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