Articles and researches

August 17, 2021

July 2021 may be the hottest month in recorded history

Data released by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) shows that July 2021 was the hottest month in recorded history. Due to climate change, the average […]
August 17, 2021

Wildfire smoke linked to almost 20,000 COVID-19 cases last year

The coronavirus pandemic and raging wildfires were two heinous events of 2020. And in one of life’s unfair twists of evil synergy, a new study from Harvard says […]
August 17, 2021

House in the Dunes modernizes an original Gwathmey design

Charles Gwathmey was an influential architect for many decades in the 1900s, so when one of his works showed up in need of renovation in Amagansett, […]
August 17, 2021

4ocean and Poralu Marine present BeBot, the beach cleaning robot

Plastic in the environment has become a circular problem. It’s wasteful during production, often has a limited life-cycle in single-use products and ends up in waterways and food […]
August 16, 2021

Urban gardens don’t get much greener than El Terreno

El Terreno is a community garden center that does more than grow food. It brings an urban population together and puts the ideas of community support, […]
August 16, 2021

Siberian wildfires send smoke to North Pole in historical first

Aisen Nikolayev, head of the Siberian region Yakutia, declared last Friday a non-working day following heavy smoke from raging forest fires. Nikolayev urged residents to stay […]
August 16, 2021

White House pushes oil amid code red climate crisis

President Joe Biden, that supposed proponent of green infrastructure, surprised many environmentally conscious folks on Wednesday. White House national security adviser Jake Sullivan issued a statement asking […]
August 16, 2021

A modern desert retreat for the eco-conscious cowboy

It’s the kind of thing movies are made of, but Hollywood isn’t the only one to get inspiration from this region of the vast and open […]