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Lily Allen "Air Balloon"

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Summery video finds Brit popster hanging out with zebras, launching into space

Need quick a break from the winter freeze? Let Lily Allen breathe some sunshine into your day with this video for "Air Balloon." The sunny clip finds the Brit pop singer in summery attire near Cape Town, South Africa, where she chills with local zebras and cheetahs. Allen appears to having a blast on the safari, before she literally blasts into space for a short extraterrestial segment, and then......read more

Anna Aden: Lily of the Valley

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Gorgeous photos of a spring sojourn to the Swedish countryside

It's official, spring is upon us. What better way to ring it in than to swoon over some some breathtaking, back-to-nature photos. These images, from a series by Swedish photographer Anna Aden called Lily of the Valley, should do the trick. With a painterly eye for countryside scenery, Anna depicts an angelic figure lazily enjoying a warm day in nature. At only 25-years old, this girl has some......read more

Dip Dyed Stools by Serena & Lily

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Rustic reclaimed teak stools get the dipped treatment $58.00

California home decor brand Serena & Lily gave these reclaimed teak stools the dip-dyed treatment, adding some modern gloss to an otherwise rustic look. Crafted by hand in Indonesia, the stools are finished in a smooth wax glaze that leaves the wood''s natural imperfections intact. The sturdy stools come in both chair height and counter height in white, blue or yellow.  We could see them......read more

Hotel Nowhere - KAMTCHATKA

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Nixon Surf Challenge, stunning Man vs Nature imagery

Each year, Nixon organise one of the wildest and remote surf contests on the planet.  Ten of the best European surfers are invited to an unknown surf destination, to battle against their own fears & human limits without the pressures of the public or the press. An unexpected quest, one where the only enemy is yourself and your best ally is nature, in its rawest, purest form. In June......read more

Cross Blanket by Pia Wallen

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100% organic cotton blanket features Swedish designer's iconic cross pattern $120.00

The new Cross Blanket from Pia Wallen pays homage to her famous Crux Blanket. In Swedish folk art tradition, the cross is a strong symbol for hope and has remained an important symbol for the designer throughout her career. Made of the finest organic cotton, the reversible blanket is produced in collaboration with a Swedish company that manufactures environmentally friendly cotton from their own......read more

Vermont Approves GMO Labelling Law

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Trailblazing bill is expected to face major legal challenges

In a major victory for consumers who say they have a right to know what's in their food, Vermont Gov. Peter Shumlin last Thursday signed a bill that puts the state on the path to be the first to require labelling of genetically modified foods. The law would take effect in two years. Shumlin also announced an online fundraiser to battle expected legal challenges from the food industry, including......read more

Palm Leaf Plates by Leafware

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Fallen palm leaves transformed into sustainable dinnerware $16.99

We're not into advocating for single-use anything around here, but there are some instances where disposable stuff is basically a must. And when it happens, you gotta do it right. Leafware brings sustainability, sturdiness, and leak resistance to the disposable dinnerware game, with a line of plates, bowls and platters made in India from fallen palm leaves. The leaves are pressed together using......read more

Interstate Sublime: Paintings by Timothy Tompkins

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California painter challenges traditional notions of landscape art

In the mid-19th century, a group of New York City landscape painters launched the first true American art movement. The artists of the Hudson River School, as they came to be known, were infused with Romantic notions about the sublimity of nature. Their rapturous, plein-air paintings of the "wilderness" to the north of the city came to symbolize American independence and vitality. In his 2005......read more

Connecting Extreme Weather and Climate Change

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Climate scientists take on the 'grand challenge'--and none too soon

Bill Chameides for The Huffington Post Whenever an extreme weather event occurs these days, the question almost inevitably asked is: Was it caused by global warming? For years, the less-than-satisfying scientific response went something like this: We don't know; even though global warming will increase the likelihood of extreme events, directly linking a specific event to global warming is......read more

Insuring Against Climate Change

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Increasingly extreme bouts of weather are challenging how the insurance industry predicts risk

In a changing climate, with swirling temperatures in rising oceans, extreme weather is the new norm. This is of great concern to the insurance industry, which recently told US Senators that a surge in weather-related catastrophes has forced billions of dollars in payouts. That's why insurers (and reinsurers, who insure the insurers) are looking to new ways to predict climate-related risk.......read more

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