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Loomstate T-shirt

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Wear the power of wind on your chest. $42.00

Men's and Women's 100% organic cotton short sleeve crew neck t-shirt. Available in Black, Natural and Soft Gray. Launched in New York City in 2004 by designer Rogan Gregory and Scott Mackinlay Hahn, Loomstate was founded as a casual brand dedicated to creating demand for certified organic cottonusing socially and environmentally responsible methods of production....read more

“The Boy who Harnessed the Wind” by William Kamkwamba

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Most inspiring story of the year. $25.99

This autobiography tells the incredible story of an enterprising teenager in Malawi who builds a windmill from scraps found around his village and brings electricity--and a future—to himself and his family....read more

Icebreaker Mayfair Men's Outer340 Coastal

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New Zealand inspired and styled to keep out the wind. $299.99

Based on the classic peacoat and inspired by the windswept coast of New Zealand, Mayfair has all the natural advantage of Icebreaker merino. This updated style has a host of features to keep out the cold, including a three-way collar, a two-way front zip with storm flap, zipped front pockets and interiour stash pockets....read more

Chicago Preps for Climate Change

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The Windy City readies itself for a warmer future

With conservative skeptics in Congress thwarting national action on climate change, states and cities are making moves to address the issue.  The latest government to step up is the City of Chicago, whose Climate Action Plan acknowledges the reality of rising global temperatures — and readies the city for a warmer future.  In the first of a series of NYT articles on......read more

Second Wind

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In Seattle, a green business finds new life in downed trees.

Earlier this week, The New York Times business section featured a story on Meyer Wells, a small Seattle company that makes high end, custom furniture from urban trees downed by development, disease or storms. Started four years ago, the company has succeeded in the face of a recessionary economy, with sales pushing $1 million. “I really believe a designer can make better choices, and that can......read more

On The Boardwalk

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Wind panel tech may be the answer to turbine issues.

Ah Uhuru, you clever scamps, you've done it again. The Brooklyn furniture designers, who we featured in our SHOP section earlier this year, make functional yet whimsical designs from materials that have been "reclaimed, recycled, repurposed, reused or otherwise rejected from their original function." We love that sort of thing, of course, so we're pretty excited about Coney......read more

London's 'Razor' Building First in the World to Integrate Wind Turbines in Design

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A cool 113m EUR brings us a really great looking green building first.

Peering down 148 metres from the top of the latest addition to London's skyline, the traffic-clogged Elephant and Castle roundabout and its notorious neighbour, the Heygate estate, below feel an unlikely location for a world first. But next week, this new skyscraper, nicknamed "the Razor", will take a crucial step towards becoming the world's first building with wind turbines......read more

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