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One young scientist is dismantling the stones of academia’s ivory tower to save the disappearing bees and manages to fund his own research at the same time.
Food Recovery Network lets college students reroute meals destined for the landfill back into the community.
One architect’s tiny house is a refreshing focus on simplicity and sustainability.
If the key to saving monarch butterflies is growing more milkweed, why aren’t we walking around with pockets full of seed bombs?
With invention, heart and the sun Nokero brings clean light to people around the globe.
Explore ten of the most innovative urban agriculture projects in Phoenix, Arizona.
Fullsteam Brewery pays members of the local community to forage for wild, native persimmons for their seasonal beer offering.
Jadav Payeng started to grow trees on barren land in India, creating what is now nearly 3000 acres of forest.
Freiburg, Germany combines both technology and tradition to provide a powerful vision for the future of urban agriculture.
The Green Bronx Machine has been teaching local kids to grow food, re-use resources and recycle their way into new and healthy ways of living.
Urban agriculture takes place all over Berlin — between the runways of the legendary Templehof airport and on a site where the Berlin Wall once stood.
Move over snacks and trinkets and make room for SeedTabs organic seeds at the checkout register.
Waste to Waves tells the story of sustainable surfboards created from discarded and recycled packing foam.
A recovering Cleveland neighborhood now includes an urban vineyard and the world's first "biocellar."
How ioby is changing the world, one crowd-funded microproject at a time.
Seedsavers is working to preserve over 20,000 varieties of seeds to ensure the future of agriculture.
Conservation photographer Michael Forsberg created a huge database of time-lapse images documenting water trends in the Great Plains.
The ELF is a recumbent tricycle, with a solar panel on top, and a trunk in the rear.
Plastic Bank might be the best idea out there for dealing with our plastic garbage.
Surprisingly, we can make a difference in climate change through the foods we eat.
This 2-part series looks at realistic solutions to reviving fish population as a precious food source and ecosystem.
One innovative farmer demonstrates that permafrost isn’t such a barrier to farming after all.
Organic Connections’ restaurant critic, Igor Mange, procures a seat at the nation’s preeminent locavore dining establishment; you won’t believe what he discovered.
Ron Finley plants vegetable gardens in South Central LA—in abandoned lots, traffic medians, along the curbs.
How three brothers and a cousin built a sustainable organic coffee company their way.