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Watching Humans Watching: Inka and Niclas Photography

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Beautiful nature photos feature people in lieu of animals.

The portfolio of Stockholm-based artist duo Inka Lindegard and Niclas Holmstrom is filled with beautifully clean, slightly oddball photographs like these ones from their recent show, Watching Humans Watching. For the show, the pair captured epic landscapes populated by isolated tourists taking in the scenery, like wildlife photography with humans instead of animals. The photographs depict......read more

Footwear Fertilizer: OAT's Compostable Kicks

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Just bury 'em and watch 'em bloom.

Worn out sneakers are some fairly nasty business, and not just 'cause they stink. Rubber, leather, and ink aren't the most compostable things on the planet. There's not a ton of options for recycling shoes either. Enter Dutch footwear brand OAT Shoes, which recently dropped a 100% biodegradable series of kicks that rightfully won the company a green design award at Amsterdam Fashion Week. Called......read more

Top 10 Environmental Watch List

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Vermont Law School's ranking of the biggest environmental issues of 2010.

Vermont Law School's Environmental Law Center just launched its first annual Top Ten Environmental Watch List, outlining the most important environmental law and policy issues of 2010, and how they may continue to play out in the new year. According to the list, the most important event of 2010 was the inability of Congress to enact federal climate change legislation. This was a massive blow to......read more

The Sheriff's Back

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Emboldened by the Obama administration, the Environmental Protection Agency asserts its authority as the nation's eco watchdog.

In addition to the economic woes of the “noughts”—the years from 2000-2009—it was also a lawless era for environmental protection in the United States. Bush administration efforts at “dismantling safeguards, ignoring climate concerns, marginalizing sound science and catering to industries that endangered Americans’ health and natural heritage” meant our watchdog, the Environmental......read more

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