Turkish herders found the most obvious solution to keeping their cellphones juiced: solar panels on donkeys.
A reader wonders if he can use rain barrel water for his garden. Umbra collects her thoughts.
For better or worse, we're running this planet now. What's wrong with saying we might be able to pull that off? A conversation between Andrew Revkin and Clive Hamilton.
Nelson Escobar brought traditional ideas of collective, community-sustaining farming from his home in El Salvador to Louisville, Ky.
From 2001 to 2009, the rates of cycling among African Americans, Hispanics, and Asians grew far more than among whites. Ed Ewing is working hard to keep that trend going.
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The law has been particularly effective at ensuring access to public transportation for communities of color. Fitting -- it was born on a bus.
Reduce. Reuse. Fill with fish.
The Tolo River community sells carbon credits to corporations via a United Nations program called REDD. The rewards go far beyond just money.
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