WebEcoist | Archived Articles by Author: Steph

Stephanie is one of the most veteran authors on both WebUrbanist and WebEcoist – her work tends toward the design side of things, covering everything from parks and scenic overlooks to dazzling futuristic eco-architecture:

Animalia: Amazing Animal Portraits Burst with Character

Ornamental breeds of chickens and jewel-toned Singaporean fish show off for the camera in this gorgeous photo series by Ernest Goh.

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Screengrab Printer Saves Paper by Printing Small Selections

This cute little palm-sized printer spits out small selections of text or images onto receipt-sized notes.

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Eating Green: 12 Totally Fresh Vegetable-Centric Meals

Get lots more fresh veggies into your diet with the help of these 12 drool-worthy meals packed with avocado, kale, tomatoes, butternut squash & more.

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Bird Ballet: Plastic Bags Mimic Moving Murmurations

These incredible images capture the ballet-like movements of flocks of birds in the sky - yet they're made of plastic bags.

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Nature as Art: 14 Intriguing Environmental Installations

These 14 large-scale works of art use nature as either a canvas or art medium for massive sculptures and drawings made of snow, rocks, trees and more.

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Neon Animals: 180 New Species of Fluorescent Fish

Researchers 'accidentally' discovered 180 new species of neon bioluminescent fish when studying coral that glows in the dark.

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Print Green: 3D Print Real Grass in Fun Shapes

A 3D printer squirts out a mixture of mud and grass seeds in three dimensions, so you can grow grass in virtually any shape you can imagine.

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Extreme Travel: 7 Stone & Salt Wonders of the Natural World

These seven surreal locations around the world offer amazing views of alien-like stone and salt formations, for those hardy enough to access them.

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Retired City Bus Turned Traveling Double-Decker Hotel

A double-decker city bus has now become a spacious and comfortable traveling hotel with room to sleep six in the English countryside.

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17 Horrifying Aerial Photos of Environmental Devastation

These aerial photographs give us a disturbing large-scale view of major environmental catastrophes like oil spills and the effects of factory farming.

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Pink Preying Mantis Looks Exactly Like an Orchid Flower

This master of disguise is a preying mantis that has evolved to look just like a bright pink orchid so it can draw in its unsuspecting prey.

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Reindeer Sculpture Crocheted from 2,000 Plastic Bags

An Australian artist crocheted 2,000 single-use plastic bags into a reindeer sculpture to remind shoppers to reuse and recycle this Christmas.

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Flower Power: 12 Bloom-Inspired Building Designs

These 12 buildings, pavilions and large-scale sculptures have taken inspiration from lotus flowers and other blooms for beautiful shapes and structures.

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Artistic Anatomy: Dye Reveals Inner Beauty of Marine Life

A professor in Seattle uses special dyes to make the skeletal structures and tissues of marine life stand out for this series of beautiful photographs.

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Spherical Lens Produces 4X More Energy Than Solar Panels

This cool-looking spherical lens mounted on a geometric white base concentrates the sun's rays to gather more energy than conventional photovoltaic panels.

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Full Circuit: 12 Things Made from Reclaimed Computers

Cuff links, sneakers, world maps and functional furniture are among the items made from reclaimed computer monitors, keyboards, CPUs and more.

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Chameleon Cabin: Cardboard Hut Changes Color

This tiny house design changes color depending on where you're standing - and it's made of corrugated cardboard.

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Solar-Powered LED Clothespins Light Up Urban Nights

Clothespins do more than just hold clothes to a line as they dry - they could also collect solar power and emit colorful lighting at night.

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Healthy Holidays: 12 Nutritious Twists on Classic Dishes

You can enjoy your favorite holiday dishes without worrying about packing on extra pounds with these 12 healthy recipes.

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Swing At The End of the World Offers Amazing Volcano Views

This amazing swing perched over a sheer drop in the stunning mountains of Ecuador is only for those with no fear of heights.

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