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Fri, Oct 31, 2014 3:44 PM
Smithsonian Channel special uses modern technology to answer a question that has piqued our collective curiosity for centuries.
Yuken Teruya creates ethereal paper forests out of throwaway objects like fast food bags.
A new book by a controversial blogger takes on the government and the food industry. An interview with author Jill Richardson.
From its bike-friendly boardwalk to its landfill-turned-mountain, Virginia Beach is for lovers -- of the environment.
Video: Stacey Anderson and Navi Rawat give you this week's green tips.
All of the MNN party planner's helpful green wedding videos are pulled together in one place.
Cocreator of the original Woodstock celebration says funding was main issue.
A Pennsylvania couple woke up one day and decided to build a brand new green home -- and wrote a book about it.
The Yes Men’s new movie takes a prankster's approach to exposing corporate misdeeds against Mother Nature.
Motown may be broken down, but locals have the rare chance to reinvent their city from the ground up. Can Detroit become a city known for its bikes, trains and farms?
These super cool cuffs are plated with rhodium, a platinum metal that looks fantastic and doesn't tarnish
Egypt’s 'garbage people' have become experts at recycling every material possible, but their way of life is threatened by the globalization of their trade.
When it comes to environmental satire, no show makes us laugh harder.
The Oscar-winning actor directed an environmentally themed music video shortly before his passing. Watch it here.
A new design book compiles 25 of the most sustainable office spaces you'll ever see.
Pop-culture expert writes about entertainment, arts — and the occasional zombie.
Travel and style pro blogs about smart consumption and conscious living.