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SHFT Fall Pop-Up Shop

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The best in sustainable design, brought to you by SHFT and Sungevity

Open Friday, October 21st through Thursday, October 27th, 11am-3pm weekdays; 11am-6pm weekends at 161 South La Brea, Los Angeles The latest incarnation of the SHFT Pop-Up Shop jumps off in Los Angeles this week. At a temporary space on La Brea, we're celebrating the autumn bounty of sustainable design, with a curated selection of eco-focused products and artwork on display. And since we love......read more

NEW DELHI (AP) — The world could suffer a 40 percent shortfall in water in just 15 years unless countries dramatically change their use of the resource, a U.N. report warned Friday.  Many underground water reserves are already running low, while rainfall patterns are predicted to become more erratic with climate change. As the world's population grows to an expected 9 billion by 2050,......read more

Crystal Fighters "Love Natural"

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Boy falls for pair of wild-hearted girls, throws eggs at cars, feels empty afterward

Fellas, in case you've forgotten about the dangers of falling for wild-hearted girls, allow yourself four minutes to be reminded with the official video for "Love Natural" by Crystal Fighters. London directing duo Duncan Christie and Ben Perry (aka Monotami) follow the story of a young boy who finds himself parentless for the day and is taken under the wing of a pair of beautiful older girls.......read more

Gone Tomorrow

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Fall camping in California with Ian Durkin and Foster Huntington

It may be the holiday season but this short video has us pining for fair weather adventure. The clip was shot in October, when Van Life bro Foster Huntington met up with Ian Durkin in Los Angeles. From there they headed north in Huntington's camper and spent the next ten days in the California wilds--hiking, swimming, bombing dirt hills--to savor the last remnants of warm weather. Is it camping......read more

Paper City

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This subtly amazing animation follows the rise and fall of an origami city

London animator Maciek Janicki deftly renders an urban center paved with paper in Paper City, a short film he created in Cinema 4D. From the perspective of an unseen helicopter, we see a van travel through the paper streets, as buildings, trees, and infrastructure rise and collapse around it. The city "grows in one fluid take, with skyscrapers rising from the page – only to crumble,......read more

Small Victories for Healthy Eating

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Falling obesity rates, curbs on food marketing, and transparency on packaged food give reason for hope

For those of us on the progressive side of eating and health in America, there have been several bits of recent news for which to be thankful. To start, a report published in the Journal of the American Medical Association showed that obesity rates in young children have declined sharply. Next, First Lady Michelle Obama announced plans to eliminate junk food marketing in public schools.......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

Emissions Fall in US Northeast

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Greenhouse gas emissions dropped for the third straight year within regional cap-and-trade program

For the third consecutive year, greenhouse gas emissions fell in the nine Northeastern states participating in the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative, or RGGI (pronounced "Reggie"), a market-based cap-and-trade program. Carbon emissions in the states dropped six percent between 2012 and 2013, from 92 million to 86 million tons. States in the RGGI program turned to lower emitting electricity......read more

NightFall by Colin Rich

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Filmmaker returns with another mindmelting time-lapse portrait of Los Angeles

Whoa. Colin Rich's second time-lapse portrait of Los Angeles is pure visual joy. Following on the heels of Rich's hugely popular "L.A. Light" video, "NightFall" manages to surpass it and then some. "I wanted this to be a tour de force," he told the LA Times. "I wanted the camera to feel like it’s pulling you through the city, and channeling that energy transfer of day......read more

Kalle Mattson, "Water Falls"

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Melt your brain on a hypnotic tour of San Francisco

Start your week off on a mind-bending note with this mesmerizing video shot in San Francisco by videographer Kevin Parry, set to the sounds of the new single from Canadian musician Kalle Mattson. The clip captures the sights of Fog City in spinning, warped images that give the impression of bungee jumping in horizontal.   Talking to The Atlantic, Parry explains how he pulled it off: "The......read more

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