Part real-estate complex, part green-tech marvel, the Wind Wheel might be the sweetest Dutch invention since the stroopwafel.
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A new report contains interviews with 14 key figures in the development of British Columbia's carbon tax. They share what they've learned.
Occupy leaders' latest move is supporting students who were burned by a shady for-profit college.
Decades ago, lots of Americans lived in rooming houses and residential hotels. Today's micro-pods are just resurrecting a good old idea.
The world could use more studies of GMO crops and health. But if they're going to make any headway, they'll need to be a lot more open.
Your food waste could be used to make tougher solar panels, better batteries, sustainable condoms, and more.
The company behind the long-stalled Keystone project wants to build a big new cross-border pipeline and get into the oil-train business.
Mall toilets can't tell a butt from a "but I'm not finished yet!"
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