Using a combination of custom-made furniture and off-the-shelf items, this van uses a bunch of neat design ideas to make it feel like home.
Cities competing in this cattle call should be careful what they wish for.
The amount of excess stuff in your house doesn't have to reach sensational reality TV levels before it has negative effects on your wellbeing.
This is important because Black women have a harder time finding safe, green cosmetics.
An exhibition of their work is at the Cooper Hewitt in New York
The total amount of time hasn't increased much in six years, but the way in which it's consumed has.
Four miles from the shore of Key West, the fatigued iguana eagerly scrambled aboard the kayak and hitched a ride home.
Our photo of the day comes from Chiapas, Mexico.
And somehow, those babies must have survived in order to produce subsequent generations.
Tesla's tiny house integrates solar power and its Powerwall home battery into a seamless system, and can be towed by the Model X.
More than just a reflection of emotional states, a new study finds that dogs’ facial movement are potentially active attempts to communicate.
In a podcast interview, Johnson says the lifestyle may seem scary but you'll be amazed at how rich your life can be.
1/3 of emissions reductions needed for 2 degree target could be achieved with better land management.
Break out the cigars! A remarkable record of 42 giant pandas have been born this year at the China Conservation and Research Center for the Giant Panda.
A show at the New York Center for Architecture looks at the usually ignored but omnipresent scaffold
Our photo of the day comes one of the most biodiverse places on the planet.
An innovative stationery company has figured out a way to make paper from crushed stone, using no trees or water in the process.
For the next 3 years, residents of Sweden are getting a serious incentive to get on an e-bike, as the country is setting aside about €35 million per year to subsidize their purchase.
This technology might open up many new areas to offshore wind.
That's 80% more than September 2016.