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In a once iffy stretch of East Oakland, Tassafaronga Village stands as a model of affordable green housing done right.
A team of Italian designers and researchers unveil the prototype for a buoyant mini-farm powered by the sun and designed to take the sting out of food scarcity.
Bamboo globes, reclaimed sailcloth planters and the requisite pair of socks are just some of this year's exceptionally giftable finds.
Why settle for plain and ugly concrete when there are so many ways to spruce it up?
From being responsible for a poor night's sleep to aggravating arthritis pain, cold temperatures in your house can ruin your winter.
Goodwell's 'modern oral tool-kit' is a long-lasting, open-source alternative to throwaway plastic toothbrushes.
Decorate your table with this inexpensive, natural arrangement that also happens to be compostable.
Longwood Gardens is singled out by online voters in America's Best Restroom Contest as having the country's top potties.
Finally, your search for a well-appointed hotel room with 8 tiny bathrooms, 116 windows and a coffeemaker is over.
In addition to being a powerful way to clean, pressure washing is also environmentally friendly as it doesn't use harsh chemicals.
Frozen pipes can be a real headache. Here are a few easy ways to avoid a big bill from a plumber.
Kohler's fancy, fragrance-emitting add-on for commodes provides users with the disorienting sensation of using a bathroom that smells like a laundry room.
Method creates a healthy system of plants, animals and soil while considering celestial effects on life.
It's tough to find agreement on how often to refresh your bed.
Even celebrated giants of architecture can fall victim to the 'Not in My Backyard' mentality.
Unsightly flooring may dampen your desire to live in a rented home, but there are affordable ways to improve how the floor looks.
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