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Iguanas reintroduced to island after 200 years | Inhabitat

In 1835, Charles Darwin was the last person to officially see a land iguana on Santiago Island in the Galapagos. After that encounter,...

California’s “Skip the Slip” bill pushes for digital receipts | Inhabitat

A legislator in the California Assembly has introduced a bill that, if passed, would require retailers to make digital receipts the default instead...

Greenhouse gas emissions rose during 2018 after three year decline |...

After a solid decline for the past three years, carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions in the United States rose in 2018. According to data...

This luxurious tiny home is completely solar-powered | Inhabitat

Who says a tiny house can’t be luxurious? Certainly not David Latimer and Taylor Mallon of New Frontier Tiny Homes, designers of this...

Metal-clad Eco Cottage puts a modern spin on Irish rural architecture...

Ballymoney-based sustainable architecture firm 2020 Architects has completed a new contemporary and low-energy home that offers a refreshing and sustainable take on the...

Award-winning innovation center harnesses recycled rainwater and solar energy | Inhabitat

Rio de Janeiro-based architecture firm Atelier77 recently completed CASA FIRJAN, an innovation center that’s been turning heads for its award-winning design and sustainable...

100architects upcycles phone booths into resourceful community hubs | Inhabitat

When was the last time you stepped into a phone booth? If you’re under 30, you might not even be aware that phone...

Dangerous jellyfish have invaded Australian beaches | Inhabitat

Bluebottle jellyfish have invaded Australia’s Gold and Sunshine Coasts. This past weekend, the jellyfish (also known as the Portuguese man-of-war) stung more than...

Fiat Chrysler pays millions to settle emissions charges | Inhabitat

Fiat Chrysler has reached a settlement with the Justice Department, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the owners of about 100,000 of their...

Bivouac is perched on a rocky peak of the Italian Alps...

Designed by Italian architects Roberto Dini and Stefano Girodo, the Luca Pasqualetti Bivouac is a prefab mountain shelter that was airlifted to the very...

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