A GoFundMe campaign has raised more than $46,000 for a homeless man who returned an 80-year-old grandmother’s lost wallet found in a dumpster

A local community in the San Francisco Bay Area is raising money for a man who returned a lost wallet belonging to an 80-year-old grandmother. A GoFundMe campaign for Sean Currey has racked up more than $46,000 as of Tuesday. Currey is a man experiencing homelessness in Marin County, California. Last month, he found a […]

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Arctic Oil Drilling Plans Suffer ‘Stunning Setback’ as Almost ‘No One Shows Up’ For the Sale

In a stunning setback to the waning Trump Administration’s long-stated goal of energy independence, a recent auction for oil drilling leases in the Alaskan Arctic attracted no major oil companies. After literally generations of debate, when the federal government put a 5% slice of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge up for lease, the long anticipated […]

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This Clever Attachment Makes Any Bicycle an E-Bike in Just Seconds – And it’s a Much Cheaper Method

A bicycle commuter has invented a simple, portable device that instantly turns your old sweat-and-tears-commuter-bike into a fast electric bike. Perfect for San Francisco or Los Angeles cyclists who are faced with thigh-punishing hills on their way to and from work, Clip was named as one of the 100 Best Inventions of 2020 by Time […]

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The New Green Building Revolution Uses Timber to Build ‘Plyscrapers’ That Save Tons of CO2

Across the world, advancement in plywood technology is giving way to a slew of wooden skyscrapers aptly called ‘plyscrapers’. These innovative towers are beginning to top 200 feet, with one ambitious project in Norway reaching 280 feet, while also creating less carbon emissions, and requiring less time to build. The secret to these plyscrapers’ survival […]

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