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Feeling charitable this holiday season? Help Katie Pokorny realize her dream of building a yurt that's hand-crocheted with over 500 pounds of wool.
This week in green news, we take it to the eco-living limits with the human manure movement, 'radically frugal' Econoline living, and toilet paper roll art.
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Celebrate the festival of low-impact lights by crafting a DIY menorah with nine glass bottles, white spray paint, and, of course, candles.
Get a sneak peek at H.O.U.S.E., the University of Nottingham's fabulous flexible zero carbon entry in Solar Decathlon Europe 2010.
From its organic liquors and LED lighting to its low-flow toilets, Ecco Ultra Lounge is setting itself apart from other Hollywood nightclubs.
Can car storage be sustainable? Certainly -- check out this green garage with a garden-friendly design that features a living roof and more.
These superefficient homes create more energy than they use.
Despite a setback in NYC, the cash for caulkers program receives Obama's seal of approval and smart meters get the government green light in the UK.
'Tis the season for gingerbread houses, miniature Christmas villages, dollhouses topped with bows ... and tiny shipping container homes?
California-based Sungevity cuts costs by letting homeowners customize their systems online with satellite imagery of their rooftops.
Garlands schmarlands ... take your holiday decorating one step further with these 10 unique eco-embellishments for the home.
Before the climate talks in Copenhagen kick off, check out this gorgeous Danish apartment building that makes use of solar power and passive daylighting.
Want the weather forecast without leaving bed? Take a gander at the WoodStation Clock, a nifty digital clock/weather forecaster made from recycled wood.
Prospective buyers come from all over the world to purchase these green manufactured homes.
The winning design for Re:Vision Dallas -- a project that will transform a derelict city block in Dallas into a thriving sustainable community -- has been chosen.
Eco-living expert blogs about best ways to go green at home.