Buenos Aires renovation has clever use of space, recycled materials

October 21, 2010 by  
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Photos: Albano Garcia for Pop Arq . Argentineans are known for making much with little, and this is true in architecture as well. The PH is a local typology of small houses aligned in long and narrow lots, which provides the feeling of a home with some aspects of apartments

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Electronics Recycling Report Card Flunks Nearly All Printer Companies

October 21, 2010 by  
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Photo via Sir Adavis The Electronics TakeBack Coalition has released a new report card grading electronics manufacturers that produce TVs, computers, gaming consoles and printers on their sustainability efforts around recycling. Somewhat similar to Greenpeace’s rankings , the report card shows where manufacturers are succeeding at walking the talk about minimizing the environmental impact of their products — but more often it shows where they’re..

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Intro to PopTech 2010: Brilliant Accidents, Improbable Breakthroughs

October 21, 2010 by  
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Photo: Poptech Yesterday, I traveled up to the ordinarily sleepy, but beautiful town of Camden, Maine to attend one of the most consistently exciting conferences of the year. Poptech brings together technology innovators, scientists, thought leaders, writers, and designers for a three-day event that focuses on the intersection of technology, culture, and sustainability

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High-Tech Robot Unveils Mysteries of Antarctic Ice

October 21, 2010 by  
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Gavia under the ice at Pavillion Lake. Credit: Donnie Reid , via Discovery News Gavia is the newest all-star at the University of British Columbia

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