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New York architecture firm STUDIOKCA is drawing attention to our relationship to the ocean with a five-ton sculpture made of garbage.
The rising popularity of nature preschools confirms it: The outdoors are essential for well-developed thinkers.
A program pairing volunteer gardeners with senior citizens shows the potential for innovative ways to feed the hungry worldwide.
With an increasing number of urbanites preferring walkable cities rife with green spaces over car-friendly city sprawl, urban planners have become our first line of offense in city redesigns.
Summer's coming! Get ready to be a beach bum with this sustainable gear, from organic towels to recycled sandals the whole family will love.
Three leaders in the zero-waste movement dish on how to reduce refuse in the most wasteful room of the house: the kitchen.
The automaker has partnered with a local charity to grow year-round produce and teach children about farming.
A Q&A with GrubTubs founder Robert Olivier, who uses food waste from restaurants to help family farmers create nutrient-dense animal feed.