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The tiny house trend is on the rise with more and more individuals, couples, and families choosing to trade in space for simplicity. And from college grads to retirees the appeal of a miniature home spans the ages. Shrinking square footage not only cuts down on chores — it’s a lifestyle change all about living with less and decreasing environmental impact over time. Thanks to the folks at Custom Made for this great infographic.
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This salt-water lamp is an alternative source of lighting for communities in the Philippines with no access to electricity.
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Sustainable palm oil, illegal trade, protected area management, and technology are among the important issues on the agenda of the Great Apes Survival Partnership (GRASP) Regional Meeting – Southeast Asia, which will be held 27-28 July in Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, Malaysia.
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Actor's second annual fundraiser in Saint-Tropez, France auctioned off real estate, jewelry, artwork, and private concerts.
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Putting a garden on top of an office block or apartment block is not so unusual anymore – but building a garden on top of a family home in the suburbs is not yet something you hear much about.
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The Luna sphere uses electrostatically charged steam to get clothes clean.
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This grant supports Goldman Prize winner Rudi Putra’s efforts to create a wildlife sanctuary in the Leuser Ecosystem of Aceh on the island of Sumatra, the last place where orangutans, rhinos, elephants, and tigers still roam together in the wild.
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Laws are made to serve people, not profits, says Toby Morris.
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Palm Oil Investigations
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Palm Oil Investigations is a a voluntary group of 9 admins who are extremely passionate about the effects of Palm Oil.

Canterbury ‘Bee Team’ helps typhoon victims in the Philippines | Happyzi...
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University of Canterbury Canterbury ‘Bee Team’ helps typhoon victims in the Philippines Five University of Canterbury (UC) students have ret

London Linen garment - sown, grown and made in London
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Some of the London linen thread was naturally dyed using madder root also grown in London Nurturing a love of nature and wanting to critique

Seeds of Fashion exhibition at The South London Botanical Institute, Lam...
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Passamenterie garland woven by Jessica Light with flax grown within the M25 on a "shift" linen dress dyed with dhalia, dyers camomile, frenc

After taking time out to heal from Christchurch quakes, leading Kiwi art...
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Prominent New Zealand artist Melissa Sharplin has moved her studio to Wanaka's historic Cardrona Valley, with fresh motivation for a major e

Dramatic Stainless Steel Wire Fairies by Robin Wight
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Jo Fitzpatrick‎ UK sculptor Robin Wight creates dramatic scenes of wind-blown fairies clutching dandelions, clinging to trees, and seemingly

Rainbow Warrior Bombing 30th Anniversary
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Just before midnight on 10 July, 1985, French agents bombed the Rainbow Warrior. Their aim? To stop Greenpeace disrupting French nuclear tes

Yann Arthus Bertrand: 'There's something we are clearly missing'
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French photographer and environmental activist, Yann Arthus Bertrand, author of 'The Earth from the Air', sets out his hopes and fears for t

Seed Freedom! A last chance to thwart the great African seed grab
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Nineteen African nations meet today in Arusha, Tanzania, to finalise a 'plant protection' protocol that would open up the continent's seeds

SOLAR IMPULSE
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Solar Impulse has demonstrated that a solar-powered airplane can fly day and night without fuel. The next challenge is to fly around the world. Our aim is to prove that progress is possible using clean forms of energy. Becoming a pioneer is all in the mind.

Building the Ark - small scale farming in Poland for a green future
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Poland is the front line for Europe's small scale family farming, writes Julian Rose, under assault from the EU regulations, corporate agrib

UK's "first eco-town" built green from the ground up
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An eco-town described as the UK's "most sustainable development" is moving closer to being occupied. The first residents are expected to mov

Bracing for a Food Fight: High Tech vs. Slow Food
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Eat real food. This is the advice of a thousand health advocates at a thousand typewriters in a thousand books. The problem is definitional:

Afghan Women's Writing Project | Bride
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One wing for peace. Another wing for stability. Together they fly. Now consider humans. Can they fly if the sky lets them? Can they fly in a

PLASTIC – THE SILENT KILLER Check What Is Written At The Bottom Of The P...
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Lately, when buying bottled water, consumers are advised to check the bottom of the bottle, in order to protect their health. Plastic bottle

Lang Lang Urges Chinese Travelers to 'Say No to Ivory’
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Lang Lang, one of the world’s most famous classical pianists performing today, has stepped up to fight the global ivory trade in a stirring

Marine Scientist: Orcas Belong in The Ocean, Not SeaWorld
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A new TEDx talk is presenting the latest scientific proof against SeaWorld, in case anyone needed some more.

Solving poverty saves elephants - Virgin.com
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Towards the end of last year, Prince William bestowed to Richard Bonham, co-founder of Big Life Foundation, the lifetime achievement award f

Throw down the gauntlet for a cleaner fashion
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Ask the industry to respect rainforest and to stop polluting our precious water resources. Fashion is too beautiful to be part of this mess.