25 Photos That Show How Nature Will Win the War with Civilization...
You don't find many designers working in the funeral business thinking about more creative ways for you to leave this world (and maybe they should be). However, has combined the romantic notion of life after death with an eco solution to the dirty bu...
Our cats may be cuddly pals and adorable internet memes, but they are also destroying the environment more efficiently than humans. They have been called one of the "worst" invasive species.
New Madagascar conservation map protects maximum number of species in biodiversity hot spot
An excerpt from the intro to What A Way To Go: Life At The End Of Empire. A middle class white guy comes to grips with Peak Oil, Climate Change, Mass Extinct...
Southeastern Iraq, an arid region where the Tigris meets Euphrates is seeing a reemergence of e...
[social_buttons] Utah's move to a four-day workweek of 10 hour days for government workers has cut energy usage by 13 percent, and once they figure out how to turn off giant office air conditioning and heating units while they're out of the office, i...
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You wouldn't want a flock of hungry sheep in your crop field or vineyard - or would you? Animal behavior researchers say trained sheep can serve as all-terrain mowers, clippers and fertilizers that run on weeds.
Francis KÃ©rÃ© runs his practice in Berlin, far from the heat of his native country Burkina Faso, with typical temperatures over 100 degrees Fahrenheit.
Low-tech Magazine refuses to assume that every problem has a high-tech solution.
Active volcanoes, shifting sand dunes, and fields of glaciers are included in the five newest World Heritage sites.
How to make a world that can live on your desk.
Get rid of indoor pollution in a natural way. Rather than artificial machines, you must opt for natural pollution fighters that come in the form of plants.
This is a non-commercial attempt from http://www.sanctuaryasia.com/ to highlight the fact that world leaders, irresponsible corporates and mindless 'consumer...
We love spreading the word about conservation, so here are our favorite and most fun ways to live green. If you didn't see our email this week, sign up to get tips like these mailed straight to your inbox! Ameet offered up some other helpful tips as ...
TED Talks In this bracing talk, coral reef ecologist Jeremy Jackson lays out the shocking state of the ocean today: overfished, overheated, polluted, with indicators that things will get much worse. Astonishing photos and stats make the case.
Calculate your ecological footprint Education for sustainable development Exhibition in Paris devoted to sustainable development. Among the tackled subjects : energy renewable source, nature save, effetcs of pollution
As a new plant parent you have to get to know your plant: how tough it is or isn't, how much water it really craves, and if it prefers classical music or perhaps an 80s throwback....
We're big fans of Buckminster Fuller's legacy of uber-efficient domes here at Inhabitat, so imagine our excitement when we heard that 12-year old whiz kid
Your beach ball sprang a leak. Can you toss it into the plastics bin? Find out in this A-to-Z guide.
an ecohouse on a community farm in West Wales, was under threat of demolition for breach of planning rules, now has permission under new low impact policy
Green walled buildings, green wall inspiration...
From glaciers to undersea vents to tornado-wracked plains, these are the locations that draw boatloads of scientists from all over the world.
Once believed to be an 'inhospitable lump of rock,' South Georgia Island is now thought to harbor more biodiversity than the wildlife-rich Galapagos.
Ecology Action's self-teaching section provides a free, downloadable PDF Farmer's Handbook that outlines the 8 basic principles of the GROW BIOINTENSIVE method, as well as a How-To Video section.
Ecology Global Network is a multimedia portal focused on ecology and the environment, providing content-rich resources with global perspectives.
The curious-looking giraffe weevil gets its name from its enormously long neck, which is 2-3 times longer in the males.