Design Let This Small Automated Bot Do All The Weeding In Your Garden

The creator of the Roomba has invented a solar-powered, weatherproof robot gardener to help remove unwanted plants

Hotels, Hospitality & Travel This Hotel Chain Hopes To Make A Difference By Growing Its Own Vegetables

AccorHotels plans on growing its own vegetables, drastically reducing food waste overall

Home Pedal-Powered Microhome On Wheels

Tricycle truck homes and gardens provide a temporary dwelling or getaway fix.

Features Good Food: Should You Keep A Chicken On Your Apartment's Roof?

Growing numbers of city dwellers keeping chickens may be spreading disease and harming birds.

Design One-Third Of British Front Gardens Are Now Parking Spaces [Headlines]

Seven million UK homes have given up their front yards to car storage. Are more people driving?

Syndicated The Secret Gardens Of Williamsburg & Whale Hunting In Chukotka [PechaKucha]

The international design hub takes us inside the regularly closed-off gardens of Virginia, and on a trip to find some great sea creatures.

Advertising Singapore Aims To Be A City In A Garden

Less than a year before Singapore's Gardens by the Bay project opens, the National Parks Board remarkably announces its environmentally-conscious vision to expand green space all over the country over the next 10 years.

Technology Farming The City: Helping Grow Local Food Movements [Video]

An online resource empowers activists with the tools and information they need to support and initiate local food projects.

Design Art, Sustainability And The American Lawn

Edible Estates questions the politics of design in suburbia.

Home Bus Roots: The World's First Green Roofed Bus

There are approximately 4,500 of these MTA vehicles in NYC. Imagine if each one of them had a rooftop garden?

Retail Malls Are The New Farms

A Cleveland shopping center monetizes empty retail space in a novel way.

Innovation From Decorative To Edible: UK Towns Grow Their Own

A group of municipalities in the UK are opting to grow vegetables around town in place of ornamental plants and flowers.