Most Huggable: Wave-Powered Boating, Green Buildings Cut Carbon, Wastewater Treatment Tech + More

Check out Kenichi Horie, who will attempt to travel between Hawaii and Japan (that's 4,350 miles) this month in a wave-powered boat.

Why can't chickens at the world's largest poultry processor afford to eat corn anymore?

A new report finds that building more green buildings is the best way to cut carbon dioxide emissions.

The state of Wyoming took a bold step forward by passing a bill to pave the way for carbon capture and sequestration.

What's the difference between "managing" waste water and "recycling" it? Turns out, a lot of clean, potable water.

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