An energy revolution is breaking out in California and a few other states, one that could radically increase the amount of renewable energy available to citizens and end the tyranny of foot-dragging utilities.
Street food’s DIY, community ethic encourages vendors to share resources – but when their logos and branding are reappropriated, it’s gone a step too far Street food was always about the spirit of sharing.
With almost 21 million people working in forced labour conditions in the global economy, companies are being made to clean up their act In a world of complex supply chains, migrant workers, sub-suppliers and a constant squeeze on costs, corporate...
The Chinese New Year is just around the corner. What better way to ring in the Year of the Goat than with a smattering of delicious Chinese appetizers? From Dan Dan Noodles to dumplings galore, we've got 16 starters to help you kick off the new year.
Movie: in this film produced by Dezeen for the British Council, leading artists and curators discuss the increasing significance of digital art and the new opportunities open to artists working "in a digital age." (more…)...
Chinese nationals make up over 70 percent of Singapore’s population, so understandably, Chinese New Year is very popular there. One staple of the celebration is bak kwa, a salty-sweet pork that people wait for hours to try.
Most people say to cook with a wine you'd be willing to drink, but is that always true? We tested all kinds of wine, from cheap to expensive, light to big—and even flawed—to find out what matters and when.
From turning waste into energy to charging consumers for the food they throw in the bin, here’s how our attitudes to rubbish are set to change The European Commission recently backtracked on an ambitious set of legislative promises on waste and...
The second leg of Andrew Graham-Dixon and Giorgio Locatelli's journey up the east coast takes them to the heart of Italy and the regions of Le Marche and Umbria. In the city of Urbino they visit the former palace of Federico da Montefeltro, a 15th-century scholar and commander of a private army who was one of the driving forces of the Italian Renaissance. In the Apennine Mountains, they explore the Grotte di Frassasone, one of the largest underground caves in the world, before heading to the Norcia Valley, where people have made delicious pork sausages and salamis for centuries.
Scientists in Ireland have found that growing fungus inside barley helps the plants ward off disease. Brian Murphy, a botanist at Trinity College Dublin, has also shown that an inoculation of fungus allows plants to thrive in harsh conditions.
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