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Thu, Mar 26, 2015 7:30 PM
IKEA applies its flat-pack prowess to an innovative line of modular refugee housing units to be distributed by the UN.
Get organized and whip your garage into shape with these spring cleaning tips.
The International Passive House organization and its rambunctious upstart child in the U.S. are changing the game this week.
Last week's total solar eclipse was a confusing phenomenon for a brood of chickens in the Faroe Islands. [Video]
With campfire season just around the corner, the Explorers Axe collection will help you chop — and look — smart.
For 2 years after purchase, broken items must be repaired or replaced by manufacturers.
Spring is hailed as the season of flowers, but there are plenty of beautiful flowering plants that bloom in winter, too!
Normally don't associate fresh leafy greens with the city of Newark? That will soon change.
Environmentalist Peter Bahouth shares the inspiration behind this leafy and lovely Airbnb listing.
Once an act of guerrilla gardening, Los Angelenos can now grow curbside veggie plots without pricey permits.
Most apartment dwellers aren't aware where their air is coming from — but they should be.
Architect William Maclay brings some sense and sensibility to a complicated discussion.
Sorry IKEA shoppers, but there will be no concealing yourself in aisle 6, bin 12.
The Swirl Faucet also saves water, so long as you aren't completely beguiled by its beauty.
To go net-zero it's better to try and reduce demand than to increase supply. Here are some very good places to start.
You can create a haven for birds and other creatures by using native plants — and one very handy tool.
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