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WWII anti-aircraft bunker is turned into energy center

Mon, 2014/02/10 - 1:35pm
Now people can hunker in a toasty warm bunker.
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Vegetables are not "elitist"

Mon, 2014/02/10 - 1:00pm
But assuming that lower-income citizens are content to eat cheeseburgers definitely is.
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Check out two of the Winnipeg Warming Hut competition winners

Mon, 2014/02/10 - 12:48pm
What's not to love about this integration of design, fresh air and exercise.
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Artist's marvelous sculptures use thousands of folded leaves

Mon, 2014/02/10 - 12:00pm
Folding thousands of leaves in layers upon layers, this Japanese artist creates incredible textured works of nature-inspired art.
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Worms in our furniture: Student-designed "Vermiculture Furniture" for home composting

Mon, 2014/02/10 - 12:00pm
This series of composting furniture designs aims to "integrate worms and people into interdependent domestic bliss."
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3D-printed hip implant takes teenager from wheelchair to walking on her own

Mon, 2014/02/10 - 12:00pm
3D printing the implant allowed doctors to make it specifically suited to the woman's body and enabled her to walk pain free.
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Seven new architects' works on show and touch at London's Royal Academy

Mon, 2014/02/10 - 10:00am
Seven architects have created massive and impressive new structures inside a building from the 1700's.
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Photo: Rainbow Volcano

Sun, 2014/02/09 - 1:00pm
This stunning photo was taken in Iceland.
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Knitting togther the top ten posts of the week

Sat, 2014/02/08 - 3:00pm
Plus bike lanes, volts and rivers
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Photo: Double duck

Sat, 2014/02/08 - 1:05pm
Or rather, double teal.
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Pharrell Williams partners with G-Star Raw to promote awareness about plastic pollution

Sat, 2014/02/08 - 12:00pm
The "Raw for the Ocean" line feature textiles made with recycled plastic.
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Photo: Friendly frog finds a seat

Fri, 2014/02/07 - 8:00pm
"He loves our spigot," writes Kristen Finnegan
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iPod-powered scarecrows could help subsistence farmers protect crops

Fri, 2014/02/07 - 6:06pm
In the quest to mitigate human-wildlife conflicts for subsistence famers, a high-tech brain helps to power a low-tech solution.
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Salmon navigate the ocean using magnetic fields

Fri, 2014/02/07 - 5:22pm
Even hatchery-born fish have a magnetic map of the sea.
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Former Duke Power CEO: I'd want to work in solar

Fri, 2014/02/07 - 4:31pm
When asked what he'd do if he was entering the industry today, Jim Rogers had some very revealing things to say.
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Super-insulated and Passive Homes laugh at the polar vortex

Fri, 2014/02/07 - 3:09pm
They are not only warm, they are resilient and hold their heat when the power goes out.
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TreeHugger Town & Country: The "No Shampoo" experiment

Fri, 2014/02/07 - 2:30pm
Margaret and Katherine give up shampoo for a month, with mixed results.
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Chevy Volt owner surprised to see electric bill go down after getting his Volt, but also knows why

Fri, 2014/02/07 - 2:06pm
Some Chevy Volt owners have expressed surprised after noticing that, following the purchase of their Chevy Volts, their electric bills actually went down. Find out why.
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On Designboom: Multifunctional artist's studio has the works in a drawer

Fri, 2014/02/07 - 1:50pm
It's part studio, part storage locker with a place for everything.
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Why I'm hooked on grocery shopping with glass jars

Fri, 2014/02/07 - 1:00pm
They're a great way to reduce household waste, while generating important conversations about plastic use.
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