How to: Win a free Hushamok organic baby hammock worth $599

September 27, 2015 by  
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Rocking a newborn gently to sleep often works, but doing so can put enormous strain on your arms and back. Babies love to be rocked—sometimes hours on end—which has sparked the invention of useful battery-powered “swing-o-matics;” however, they’re often ugly and made from synthetic, off-gassing materials. Luckily, Hushamok has created a stunning and stylish organic alternative, the Okoa Hammock, that’s designed to swing naturally in the breeze and is made from all-natural materials. Our editor-in-chief gave it her seal of approval when she reviewed it for her baby and we’re delighted to announce that we’re giving away a brand new hammock set, worth $599 . ENTER TO WIN A FREE HUSHAMOK BABY HAMMOCK>

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Everything Your Child Needs For A Waste-Free School Year

August 10, 2015 by  
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Do you remember the sweet sense of beginning that accompanies the start of a brand new school year? Sharpened pencils, the incomparable feeling of a a pristine, unsullied notebook, and the optimistic feeling that this year, this year things will be…

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Bright Idea: Get Crafty With Repurposed Light Bulbs

August 4, 2015 by  
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When a light bulb in your home goes out, you likely unscrew it and toss it in the trash, replacing it with a brand new, working bulb at once. However, next time maybe think twice before throwing out the ‘dead’ light bulb. Lights and electricity are…

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Tesla Announces Plans to ‘Unveil the D and Something Else’ On Oct 9

October 2, 2014 by  
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Tesla CEO Elon Musk just sent out a mysterious tweet announcing that the EV maker plans to unveil something new on October 9. His tweet, “ about time to unveil the D and something else ” has set off waves of speculation – could Tesla be unveiling a brand new model, or is it something less dramatic like new technology for its existing vehicles? Read the rest of Tesla Announces Plans to ‘Unveil the D and Something Else’ On Oct 9 Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: driver assistance , electric car , electric motor , elon musk , green car , green transportation , tesla , Tesla D , Tesla electric car , Tesla Model D , Tesla Model X , tesla model-s

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GE’s New ‘Magnetocaloric’ Refrigerator Cools Food With Water And Magnets

February 13, 2014 by  
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GE just developed a brand new refrigerator that uses special magnetic materials to achieve temperatures cold enough to freeze water. The magnetic fridge is estimated to be 20% more efficient than current refrigeration technology, and it could be available by the end of the decade. Read the rest of GE’s New ‘Magnetocaloric’ Refrigerator Cools Food With Water And Magnets Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: fridge , general electric , magnetocaloric technology , prototype fridge , refridgeration , refridgeration technology        

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The AquaDesigner Living Fountain Provides a Beautiful Way to Grow Food at Home Year-Round

February 12, 2014 by  
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For gardeners looking to grow their own food year-round without worrying about the harsh winter weather, aquaponics is the way of the future. With $2.5 billion spent nationwide on U.S. food gardens and a $21 billion return on investment, the incentive to implement this revolutionary system combining raising fish and plants symbiotically is met with growing interest and passion. Aquaponics is quickly becoming popular throughout the U.S., and if you’ve been hankering to try your hand at aquaponics, but don’t know where to start, you might want to check out the Aquaponic Source . This cool company is about to release a brand new series of aquaponic systems, including their Ambiance AquaDesigner Living Fountain, a beautiful and functional piece of decor that can be used for growing both indoors and outdoors! Read the rest of The AquaDesigner Living Fountain Provides a Beautiful Way to Grow Food at Home Year-Round Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: aquaponic source , aquaponic system , aquaponics , aquaponics gardening , diy aquaponics , The AquaDesigner Living Fountain        

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Green Holiday Gift Guide: Gifts for Under $50!

November 29, 2013 by  
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Looking for unique gifts for your friends and family but don’t have a ton of money to spend? Inhabitat has curated a brand new green gift guide for the 2013 holiday season filled with green goodies that can be scooped up for $50 or less. From a set of earbuds made from wood to a mojito molecular mixology kit to an incredible solar-powered bulb that can also charge a mobile phone, check out our  Gifts Under $50 Guide  for the best affordable, eco-friendly gifts out there! GIFTS UNDER $50 >   Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags:        

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Will China’s eco-city of the future be built around cars?

June 20, 2012 by  
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How a brand new mini-city in China is rethinking the basic arrangements of car-centric metropolitan areas. 

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New Species of Dolphin Discovered in Australia

September 15, 2011 by  
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Photo: Wikipedia Commons Researchers in Australia say they’ve made a remarkable discovery, identifying for one of the first times in over a hundred years a brand new species of dolphin. And, in addition to being the latest of its kind to be uncovered, this new type of dolphin, named Tursiops australis , is also among the rarest. So far, biologists have only found a handfull of places along the coast of Australia where they exist — and there’s only thought to be around 150 of them in existence…. Read the full story on TreeHugger

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5 Designers Making Stunning Jewelry from Recycled Metals

September 14, 2011 by  
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Photo: Elke Bock /Ute Decker The right accessories can make every piece in your closet do double-duty, taking those jeans from Saturday at the farmers market to Saturday night at your favorite restaurant, turning a simple dress from wedding chic to date-appropriate, and giving a sleek sweater a brand new look. But just because jewelry can make your clothes look new doesn’t mean it needs to be made of new materials: Add pieces from these designers to your collection and — whether you like chunky bracelets or delicate necklaces, heavy rings or simple stud earrings — you’ll up your … Read the full story on TreeHugger

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