Articles and researches

January 18, 2021

Seagrass purges 900M plastic bits from the Mediterranean yearly

Recent research has found that underwater seagrass collects up to 900 million plastic items in the Mediterranean Sea each year. Seagrass is vital in collecting and […]
January 18, 2021

Cobalt-free batteries will make EVs more affordable

If the high price tag is all that stands between you and your dream Tesla, you might be able to afford one in a few years. […]
January 18, 2021

This green-roofed cabin is made from local cedar and glass

A year-round retreat for a young family in British Columbia, this contemporary cabin is found nestled along the north shore of stunning Bowen Island. Made from […]
January 18, 2021

Dolmen Shelter renderings imagine stone-shaped guest rooms

Sibling team Davit and Mary Jilavyan have imagined a boutique hotel with stone-shaped guest rooms partially inspired by their housing complex in Moscow. The project, known as Dolmen […]
January 15, 2021

Bro.do x Mylea Better Shoes are made from mushroom leather

As the fashion world looks for alternatives to plastic and leather, mycelium is rising to the top of the material supply chain. Derived from fungi, including […]
January 15, 2021

Trump administration opens 3.4M acres of owl habitat to loggers

The Trump administration has once again rolled back an important policy regarding the protection of birds. Only about a week ago, the administration stripped protections of […]
January 15, 2021

Former Michigan governor charged for role in Flint water crisis

Seven years after the infamous Flint, Michigan water crisis, former governor Rick Snyder was charged Wednesday for his part in the environmental disaster. If Snyder is […]
January 15, 2021

Mckinney York Architects designs a micro-house for the homeless

Austin-based Mckinney York Architects has completed its second micro-house for the Community First! Village, a program by Mobile Loaves & Fishes to uplift people experiencing chronic […]