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OUT OF THE FOG

Dutch virtual sky flood is as terrifying as it is beautiful

We haven't the foggiest idea how the Netherlands keeps making cooler eco-art than the rest of us.

Cities

These bizarre, beautiful cities of the future are also super green

Our view of the future is getting more sustainable, according to these images compiled by the U.K.’s Government Office of Science.

Climate & Energy

Thoughts on art and climate change from a Grammy-winning composer

John Luther Adams discusses the relationship between art and politics and nature, as only a flowery poet of the soul can.

totally radish

Show your farmers market some love with veggie temporary tattoos

This Kickstarter wants you to celebrate seasonal produce and sustainable farming with sweet temporary tats. Bring on the veggie biker gangs!

Politics

Dr. Evil is defending Big Oil — is anyone defending climate the same way?

Richard Berman, hired henchman for fossil fuel companies, fights hard and dirty. Does anyone fight as hard and dirty for the climate?

Food

Brazil’s nutrition wisdom: No junk food, no eating alone

Brazil's new nutrition guidelines trade finicky rules and numbers for down-to-earth wholesome advice -- and they just might work.

Living

Meet the invasives: Asian Cogongrass gets stoned, asks what it even means to be invasive

It's National Invasive Species Awareness Week. But are they really scary invaders, or exciting new neighbors? The choice is yours.

la vie en vert

Eiffel Tower’s wind turbines prove even historic landmarks can go green

One of the world's most iconic monuments is raising awareness about green technology.

Climate & Energy

It’s hard to worry about polar bears when Malawi is flooding RIGHT NOW

Yeah, there's a Polar Bear Day, but we've frankly got more pressing concerns.

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