In Space, Nobody Picks Up Your Trash: NASA Recycling in Space Award Winners

May 3, 2019 by  
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Better solutions for trash collection and recycling are important not … The post In Space, Nobody Picks Up Your Trash: NASA Recycling in Space Award Winners appeared first on Earth911.com.

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Ecouterre announces the winners of the 2014 readers’ choice awards

January 4, 2015 by  
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The winners of the 2014 Ecouterre Readers’ Choice Awards have been announced! From the most game changing to the most bizarre , we’ve rounded up the best eco-fashion stories of last year as chosen by you. It’s been an amazing year for sustainable style, with more exciting developments to come —click through to relive all the Ecouterre highlights of 2014! READ MORE> Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: 2014 Ecouterre Readers choice awards , ecouterre , Ecouterre coolest wearable tech , Ecouterre most bizarre , Ecouterre most creative , Ecouterre most deplorable story , Ecouterre most game-changing , Ecouterre most popular story , Ecouterre most quotable

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ANNOUNCING Inhabitat’s 2014 Green Halloween Costume Contest Winners!

November 6, 2014 by  
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This year, Inhabitat readers impressed us once again with an insanely imaginative slew of entries in our Green Halloween Costume Contest – and now after an intense round of online voting, we’re excited to finally announce our winners! Contestants ranged from a scarily accurate replica of the classic board game Perfection to an awesome K9 police car , a hilarious Pixar lamp , and even a 75-pound roast “turkey” . But in the end, it was your votes that decided who would win the grand prize and a brand new Vanmoof B6 bike (worth $848). Hit the jump to see the final results! Read the rest of ANNOUNCING Inhabitat’s 2014 Green Halloween Costume Contest Winners! Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: costume contest , diy costume , diy halloween costume , green design , green halloween , Green Halloween Costume Contest , inhabitat green halloween contest diy , inhabitat green halloween contest winners , inhabitat halloween costume contest , make your own costume , Perfection Board Game , Pixar Lamp Halloween Costume , sustainable design , Turkey Dog Costume

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Tiny 86-Square-Foot Flat in Paris Transforms Like a Swiss Army Knife

November 6, 2014 by  
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Reinventing the African Mud Hut: Winners of the 2014 Mud House Design Competition

October 15, 2014 by  
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  The challenge for this year’s Mud House Design competition in Ghana was to design a single-family unit on a plot no larger than 60 x 60 feet at a cost of no more than $6,000 (excluding land cost). The idea was designed to generate contemporary mud house designs  o be available for free for everyone to use, and to hold building workshops to construct the best design entries. These would serve as examples to the local people that mud architecture can be both durable and beautiful. After receiving numerous submissions , the Nka Foundation has announced the winners: The 1st prize winning design is Sankofa House by M.A.M.O.T.H from France ; the 2nd prize winner is Eban Aya by Atelier Koe in Senegal; and the 3rd prize is awarded to Ejisu Earth House by Jason Orbe-Smith from the USA. More information can be found at the Nka Foundation website. + Nka Foundation The article above was submitted to us by an Inhabitat reader. Want to see your story on Inhabitat ? Send us a tip by following this link . Remember to follow our instructions carefully to boost your chances of being chosen for publishing! Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: African architecture , African mud house , African mud hut , Atelier Koe , contemporary mud house , Eban Aya , Ejisu Earth House , Ghana , Jason Orbe-Smith , local earth , M.A.M.O.T.H. , mud house , Mud House Design , mud hut , Nka Foundation , Sankofa House , Senegal

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Thousands Call on eBay to Dump ALEC Over Climate Change Denial

October 15, 2014 by  
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Forecast the Facts is taking eBay to task for its support of climate change denial by calling for the tech giant to step down from the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) in a national day of action. When it comes to climate change denial, ALEC is best known for its Environmental Literacy Improvement Act that seeks “balanced” teaching about climate change – which amounts to mandating the teaching of climate change denial in public schools, according to Desmog . Read the rest of Thousands Call on eBay to Dump ALEC Over Climate Change Denial Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: ALEC , American Legislative Exchange Council , Climate Change , climate change denial , climate deniers , ebay , ebay dumps alec , forecast the facts , global warming , global warming denial , Policy

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Bunker-Like Concrete Home Hides a Courtyard and a Tree Root Chandelier in San Francisco

October 15, 2014 by  
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Santiago Calatrava’s Iconic Peace Bridge Wins Canadian National Steel Design Award

October 15, 2014 by  
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Announcing the Winners of Inhabitat’s 2011 Readers’ Choice Awards!

January 6, 2012 by  
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AND THE READERS HAVE SPOKEN! For the last two weeks, Inhabitat readers have been weighing in and voting on their favorite green stories of 2011. From a high tech beehive designed for city dwellers to a towering vertical forest set in the heart of Milan to our exclusive coverage of the opening of NYC’s Highline 2 , there were plenty of great stories to choose from. But which stories won the hearts of readers across the globe? Hit the jump to find out the results! And if you’re already pondering what 2012 will bring, check out these  eco-predictions straight from some of the most  eminent minds in green design . Read the rest of Announcing the Winners of Inhabitat’s 2011 Readers’ Choice Awards! Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: best stories of 2011 , eco stories of 2011 , green news 2011 , inhabitat readers choice winners , readers choice 2011 , top green stories of 2011

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AND THE READERS HAVE SPOKEN! For the last two weeks, Inhabitat readers have been weighing in and voting on their favorite green stories of 2011. From a high tech beehive designed for city dwellers to a towering vertical forest set in the heart of Milan to our exclusive coverage of the opening of NYC’s Highline 2 , there were plenty of great stories to choose from. But which stories won the hearts of readers across the globe? Hit the jump to find out the results! And if you’re already pondering what 2012 will bring, check out these  eco-predictions straight from some of the most  eminent minds in green design . Read the rest of Announcing the Winners of Inhabitat’s 2011 Readers’ Choice Awards! Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: best stories of 2011 , eco stories of 2011 , green news 2011 , inhabitat readers choice winners , readers choice 2011 , top green stories of 2011

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