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‘Moke Amphibie Lazareth' is a beach buggy that turns into a boat at a turn of a switch. It can reach up to 55 mph on land and move at seven knots in the water. Read more...More about Cars, France, Summer, Beach, and Water...

Even the ancient Romans knew lead was a deadly toxin. How did it end up in America’s gas tanks and backyards?Artwork by Diana OfosuAlmost a century ago, at a Main Street service station in Dayton Ohio, the world’s first gallons of leaded gasolin...

Community awareness and action are key to enacting solutionsArtwork by Diana OfosuAs Howard Mielke makes his way down the streets of his tree-lined New Orleans neighborhood toward the Bayou St. John, his walk is careful and deliberate. The canal’s...

The Sri Lanka Navy noticed the elephant during this routine patrol. They quickly took action and moments later, the Department of Wildlife joined.  They used a rope to guide the elephant to shore. The elephant made it to shore and was left in th...

My painting depicts an early morning scene in a wooded area as the first rays of light appear. Mornings are now cool and the waters are very still beneath the trees. The scene is very quiet and the birds have not yet begun to chirp. A hint of rain fr...

Mirage Eclipse has pedals and a handlebar for you to pedal across the water. The large fins move you forward. Generate speed or freely cruise at a relaxed paced. The handlebar and rudder comes off so the board fits right on top of your car.  Rea...

The rule protected the drinking water of 1 in 3 Americans.CREDIT: AP Photo/Paul Sancya, FileThe Trump administration has officially begun repealing the Clean Water Rule, which was finalized by the Obama administration in 2015. The proposed repeal, w...