Articles and researches

May 7, 2021

Winning designs unveiled for the sustainable redesign of Saratov

The southwestern Russian city of Saratov has announced the two winning designs in the Open International Competition for the Best Architectural and Urban Planning Concepts for […]
May 7, 2021

Hotter is the new normal in the US, says NOAA

NOAA has just released its newest U.S. Climate Normals. This report comes out every 10 years and charts 30-year averages of weather for places around the […]
May 7, 2021

Impossible’s plant-based meats coming to school cafeterias

Impossible Foods has received the USDA’s child nutrition (CN) label. Now the door is open to bring plant-based meats to schools, thus upping kids’ awareness of how […]
May 7, 2021

Honor your favorite on-screen icons with the newest Adidas collection

One of the biggest names in fashion, Adidas, has committed to ending plastic waste. As such, the company has released a series of products that strive […]
May 7, 2021

Experimental, ecological home is inspired by a tree in France

In homage to the rich architectural heritage of the French commune Boulogne-Billancourt, Paris-based architectural firm Jakob + MacFarlane has crafted La Maison Connectée (The Connected House), […]
May 6, 2021

Giancarlo Zema Design Group’s Eco-Vertiport is inspired by Baobab trees

Inspired by the native African Baobab tree, Giancarlo Zema Design Group has designed an Eco-Vertiport. The baobab tree is known as the “Tree of Life” and […]
May 6, 2021

Los Angeles is the largest US city to be certified as a biodiversity haven

The city of Los Angeles has been certified as biodiversity haven by the National Wildlife Federation. The certification makes Los Angeles the largest city in the […]
May 6, 2021

Soil-dwelling invertebrates are victims of pesticides

The lowly earthworm’s feeding and burrowing mixes in organic residues and enhances nutrient cycling, decomposition and the structural development of soil. But rampant pesticide use threatens […]